Yes, but why? Teaching for understanding in mathematics
- Ed Southall - Oak National Academy, UK
Mathematics Methods | Mathematics Methods | Mathematics Methods
Getting the right answers in maths is only half the problem. Understanding why what you’re doing works is the part that often stumps students and teachers alike. The essential guide for mathematics teachers and those training to teach, Yes, but why? answers all your questions, and sheds light on the hidden connections between everything in mathematics at school.
This second edition includes:
· A new ‘Test yourself’ feature in every chapter
· More coverage of the four operations
· Enhanced discussion of fractions and proportionality
· Downloadable figures for use in the classroom
Some of the students have problems with calculations and tables. This book could help them to sort out issues easily.
An excellent text which clearly sets out methods related to how to develop the role of teaching mathematics.
Great further edition to support ITE students to see why we do things as we do in mathematics
An excellent book for teachers and student teachers to help them make connections as well as teach, the areas of Numeracy
Brilliant resource for looking at unpicking the reasoning in mathematics. Useful particularly for specialist teachers of mathematics at all levels.