Teaching secondary school mathematics : Research and practice for the 21st century
Goos, Merrilyn, Vale, Colleen, Stillman, Gloria, Makar, Katie, Herbert, Sandra and Geiger, Vincent. (2017). Teaching secondary school mathematics : Research and practice for the 21st century Allen & Unwin.
|Authors||Goos, Merrilyn, Vale, Colleen, Stillman, Gloria, Makar, Katie, Herbert, Sandra and Geiger, Vincent|
This new edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the major changes brought about by the introduction of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics, as well as discussing significant research findings, the evolution of digital teaching and learning technologies, and the implications of changes in education policies and practices.
The mathematical proficiencies that now underpin the Australian curriculum -- understanding, fluency, problem solving and reasoning -- are covered in depth in Part 1, and a new section is devoted to the concept of numeracy. The chapter on digital tools and resources has been significantly expanded to reflect the growing use of these technologies in the classroom, while the importance of assessment is recognised with new material on assessment for learning and as learning, along with a consideration of policy development in this area. Important research findings on common student misconceptions and new and effective approaches for teaching key mathematical skills are covered in detail.
As per the first edition readers will find a practical guide to pedagogical approaches and the planning and enactment of lessons together with enhanced chapters on teaching effectively for diversity, managing issues of inequality and developing effective relationships with parents and the community.
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|15 Mar 2017|
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|Deposited||11 Apr 2022|
|Publisher||Allen & Unwin|
|Place of publication||Crows Nest, NSW|
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