Primary mathematics: reflective reader

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Harris, A., O'Sullivan, L., Wild, J., Donaldson, G., Bottle, G. and Sangster, M. 2005. Primary mathematics: reflective reader. Exeter Learning Matters.
AuthorsHarris, A., O'Sullivan, L., Wild, J., Donaldson, G., Bottle, G. and Sangster, M.
Abstract

The Reflective Readers take a new approach to providing trainee teachers with challenging and topical theory in a structure which will underpin their reflective learning and practice. Each title contains key extracts from classic and current writing, and each extract is accompanied by an analysis, pre- and post-reading activities, links to the QTS Standards, practical implications, and further reading. The books will encourage trainees to develop the habit of reflecting on their own practice, and to identify practical opportunities for using theory to improve their teaching skills.
This book analyses extracts from journals and books on key issues surrounding primary mathematics teaching. Some of the extracts are from classic articles that were milestones in thinking about how children learn mathematics and underpin how we work with children today. Other extracts are drawn from recent research or are contributions to current debates about how we teach mathematics. The extracts have been chosen to take trainees on from the skills and knowledge of teaching into territories where their beliefs and approaches are challenged.

KeywordsPrimary mathematics reflective research
Year2005
PublisherLearning Matters
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SeriesAchieving QTS
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