Mathematics explained for primary teachers

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Paul Chapman Pub., 1995 - Education - 207 pages
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'I certainly recommend the book to teachers and student-teachers looking for support with their planning, particularly in Key Stage 2, and to mathematics co-ordinators planning staff-development or looking for a basis for discussion in reviewing a scheme work' - Mathematics Education Review 'Its references to The National Curriculum make the book an essential support for teachers in the United Kingdom' - Teaching Children Mathematics 'Well worth students buying for all its coverage of all aspects of The National Curriculum, and the simplicity and comprehensiveness of its explanations' - Mathematics Teaching In a straightforward, practical and compre

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Contents

Primary teachers insecurity about mathematics
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Place value
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Mathematical modelling
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About the author (1995)

Derek Haylock is an education consultant and author. He worked for over 30 years in teacher education, both initial and in-service, and was Co-Director of Primary Initial Teacher Training and responsible for the mathematics components of the primary programmes at the University of East Anglia (UEA) Norwich. He has considerable practical experience of teaching and researching in primary classrooms. His work in mathematics education has taken him to Germany, Belgium, Lesotho, Kenya, Brunei and India. He works as a consultant for both the Training and Development Agency for Schools and the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency. As well as his extensive publications in the field of education, he has written seven books of Christian drama for young people and a Christmas musical (published by Church House/National Society).

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