Based on a project involving extensive classroom-based action research, this is an important book that looks at how teachers can improve students' achievement, attitudes, confidence and interest in mathematics. Suitable for those concerned with mathematics education at all levels.
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About the Author
Afzal Ahmed is Professor of Mathematics Education and Director of the Mathematics Centre at the University of Chichester, one of the country’s leading centres for mathematics education.
Honor Williams is Reader in Mathematics Education and Director of Teacher Education at the University of Chichester, one of the country’s leading centres for mathematics education.
The authors work closely with teachers and pupils across the age range and have considerable experience in research and curriculum development. In writing this material, they have drawn on their experience in the UK and internationally.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Children Learning Mathematics
Chapter 3 - Aims and Actions
Chapter 4 - Teacher Development
Chapter 5 - Widespread Sustained Curriculum Development
Chapter 6 - Schemes
Chapter 7 - Working Across the Curriculum
Chapter 8 - Evaluating and Assessing Mathematics
Chapter 9 - Parent and Carers
Chapter 10 - Epilogue