Watson, Anne; De Geest, Els and Prestage, Stephanie
(2003).
Deep Progress in Mathematics  The Improving Attainment in Mathematics Project.
Oxford, UK: University of Oxford, Department of educational studies.
Abstract
[Extract] In this project we intended that those who had been placed in groups of lowattaining students would make deep progress in mathematics. Deep progress means that students learn more mathematics, get better at learning mathematics and feel better about themselves as mathematics students. Sometimes the last of these follows from the other two; sometimes students have to feel better before they learn more; sometimes students have to redevelop good learning habits before they can move on and learn more. Ideally, students will make progress in all three aspects.
Item Type: 
Authored Book

Copyright Holders: 
2003 The Association of Teachers of Mathematics 
ISBN: 
0903535688, 9780903535687 
Project Funding Details: 
Funded Project Name  Project ID  Funding Body 

Not Set  Not Set  Esmee Fairbairn Foundation [grant numbers 011415 and 021424] 

Academic Unit/Department: 
Mathematics, Computing and Technology > Mathematics and Statistics 
Item ID: 
22808 
Depositing User: 
Sara Griffin

Date Deposited: 
08 Sep 2010 11:45 
Last Modified: 
01 Jul 2011 13:47 
URI: 
http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/22808 
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