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Teaching Secondary School Mathematics: Research and practice for the 21st Century

Teaching Secondary Mathematics 2nd

A new edition of a highly regarded publication.

Prospective and practising secondary mathematics teachers, and university-based mathematics teacher educators, will find a research-based text that is also rich in practical teaching ideas.

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Teaching and assessing maths through open-ended activities

Pat Lilburn & Irene Sawczak

Open-ended maths activities are integral in developing the proficiencies in the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. This book contains both short open-ended tasks and longer investigative activities, all of which provide opportunities for students to engage in differentiated problem solving to enhance thinking, questioning, analysis and critical evaluation.

In addition, there are nine sample assessment rubrics, each with five achievement levels. Student work samples for a particular task are supplied to clearly demonstrate the appropriate application of the criteria at each level. The authors encourage the use of rubrics as flexible and efficient assessment tools, and as a means to engage students in the assessment process.

 Practically laid out including blackline masters, this is a valuable classroom resource.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4425-5251-7
Year Levels: F - 7
Publisher: Pearson Australia 2011
Page Count: 139
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2011
Product number: PEA002
Keywords: Primary Classroom resource

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