Mason, John
(2001). *Aspects of teaching secondary mathematics : perspectives on practice.*
London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer, pp. 105–120.

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## Abstract

Part 1: The Mathematics Classroom 1. The Changing Primary Mathematics Classroom: The Challenge of the National Numeracy Strategy 2. Mathematics 11-16 3. Examining some Changes in Mathematics Post-16 4. Mathematics for Post-16 Vocational Courses Part 2: The Mathematics Curriculum 5. Aspects of School Mathematics and Mathematical Proof 6. Aspects of the Teaching and Learning of Arithmetic 7. Aspects of Generalisation and Algebra: Exploiting Children's Powers 8. Aspects of the Teaching and Learning of Geometry 9. Aspects of the Teaching and Learning of Probability and Randomness Part 3: Pedagogical Issues 10. Teaching for Understanding 11. Progression in Mathematics 12. Language Issues in Mathematics 13. Pupil Differentiation: Some Ideas for Mathematics Teachers 14. Developing Thinking in Mathematics 15. Mental Mathematics 16. Making the Most of Your Textbook 17. Minding Your Q's and R's: Effective Questioning and Responding in the Mathematics Classroom 18. Coursework and Assessment 19. Formative Assessment in Mathematics

Item Type: | Book Chapter |
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ISBN: | 0-415-26641-6, 978-0-415-26641-3 |

Academic Unit/Department: | Mathematics, Computing and Technology > Mathematics and Statistics Education and Language Studies > Education |

Interdisciplinary Research Centre: | Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) |

Item ID: | 793 |

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Date Deposited: | 19 May 2006 |

Last Modified: | 02 Dec 2010 19:44 |

URI: | http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/793 |

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