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A number talk is a brief daily practice where students mentally solve computation problems and talk about their strategies. The talks help students to work flexibly with numbers and arithmetic properties, building a solid foundation and confident disposition for future learning.

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

Merrilyn Goos, Colleen Vale, Gloria Stillman

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.

Updated elements include a detailed coverage of the proficiencies and their integration into the curriculum, a new section on the concept of numeracy, a significantly expanded chapter on the effective use of technologies, and new material on assessment for learning and as learning. The authors draw upon important research findings on common student misconceptions, and discuss new and effective approaches for teaching key mathematical skills.

This practical guide to pedagogical approaches and the planning of lessons also includes enhanced chapters on teaching effectively for diversity, managing issues of inequity, and developing effective relationships with parents and the community.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-74331-593-4
Year Levels: 7 - 12
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Page Count: 532
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2016
Product number: PEA005