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Playing with Place Value

Playing with place value

Place value may seem a simple concept but it can be very difficult to teach successfully. There are many materials available to use in the classroom, but which ones work? When should they be used? Respected educator, Paul Swan, presents well-researched approaches which will help you to teach, and your students to learn, place value.

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Teaching Mathematics Visually & Actively

2nd edition

Teaching Mathematics Visually & Actively
Tandi Clausen-May

This book is about making mathematics visible and tangible – not something that just lies flat on the page. Dipping into it will provide instantly usable suggestions across a variety of topics at different levels: from early number concepts through to fractions and ratios, algebra, aspects of geometry (including angles and circles), time and data handling. When you get a chance to read it more thoroughly you will find arguments for using these approaches, consideration of some of the pitfalls to avoid, and inspiration to develop different ways of helping students to achieve deep and connected understandings.
 Formerly titled ‘Teaching Maths to Pupils with Different Learning Styles’, this updated edition now includes a CD with slide show presentations for each chapter, activity sheets and further resources.
 For any teacher who wants to provide students with opportunities for visual and kinaesthetic learning in mathematics.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4462-4086-1
Year Levels: 2 - 10
Publisher: Sage Publications
Page Count: 105
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2013
Product number: ECA012
Keywords: Algebra, Chance and data, Instructional method, Number, Professional learning/teacher education, Space/Measurement

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