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Number Lines

Linear models of number are very important as they support the development of an informal internal representation of number magnitude, called the mental number line. Different models are best suited to the teaching of different skills and understandings at different levels. This book is designed to help teachers make the best use of number tracks, number grids, and both empty and calibrated number lines.

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Calculators in Classrooms

Using them sensibly

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Paul Swan

A wide selection of games and activities to support effective calculator use. But that’s not all! Teaching notes, together with work samples and student comments, provide background and ideas for extending and adapting the activities. And sections which address learning to drive a calculator and some of the reservations about their use will be a great help to teachers looking for up-to-date, research-based information.

This book is based on the popular “Kids, Calculators and Classrooms” (1996) – although users of the previous volume will find some familiar activities, the expansions and additional teacher support material will make it well worth updating the copy in your classroom.

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ISBN-13: 978-0-9585632-4-6
Year Levels: F - 7
Publisher: A–Z Type (Australia)
Page Count: 88
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2006
Product number: SWA642
Keywords: Classroom material, Number, Technology, Research, Professional learning/teacher education

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