Teacher-Made AIDS for Elementary School Mathematics: Readings from the Arithmetic Teacher and Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol. 3 ebook
by Carole J. Reesink
Teacher Made Aids For. by Carole J. Reesink.
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Teacher-made aids for elementary school mathematics : readings from the Arithmetic teacher. A collection of articles from the ARITHMETIC TEACHER is presented which are about practical, classroom-tested ideas for the instruction and use of teacher-made instructional aids. These entries dea. More).
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Teachers and mathematicians hold different perspectives on the teaching and learning of whole number arithmetic. This study indicates that teaching children to use explicit number names can, indeed, have a positive influence on their understanding of place value. Though these perspectives may be complementary, sharing them across communities is challenging.
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Mathematics-Study and teaching (Elementary)-China. 3. Comparative education. M22 2010 37. 0973–dc22 2009049390 ISBN 0-203-85634-1 Master e-book ISBN ISBN 10: (hbk) 0-415-87383-5 ISBN 10: (pbk) 0-415-87384-3 ISBN 10: (ebk) 0-203-85634-1 ISBN 13: (hbk) 978-0-415-87383-3 ISBN 13: (pbk) 978-0-415-87384-0 ISBN 13: (ebk). The examples in the book show that when explaining the rationale underlying the arithmetic algorithms they used, the Chinese teachers were signifi- cantly more cogent, articulate, and detailed than their .
Other experiments in elementary mathematics at Peabody Demonstration School have to do with the teaching of SMSG materials
Other experiments in elementary mathematics at Peabody Demonstration School have to do with the teaching of SMSG materials. In grades five and six these topics are developed to greater depth, and new topics are introduced.