Teaching Mathematics in Primary Schools

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FURTHER READING

Beishuizen, M. and Anghileri, J. (1998). Which mental strategies in the early number curriculum? A comparison of British ideas and Dutch views. British Education Research Journal, 24, 519–38.

Bobis, J. F. (1991). Using a calculator to develop number sense. Arithmetic Teacher, 38(5), 42–5.

Brinkworth, P. (1998). How do you subtract? Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 3(3), 8–10.

Harte, S. W. and Glover, M. J. (1993). Estimation is mathematical thinking. Arithmetic Teacher, 41(2), 75–7.

Huinker, D. (2002). Calculators as learning tools for young children's exploration of numbers. Teaching Children Mathematics, 8(6), 316–21.

Isaacs, A. and Carroll, W. (1999). Strategies for basic facts instruction. Teaching Children Mathematics, 5(9), 508–15.

Leutzinger, L. (1999). Developing thinking strategies for addition facts. Teaching Children Mathematics, 6(1), 14–8.

Morgan, G. (2000). Put mental computation first? Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 5(3), 4–9.

Randolph, T. and Sherman, H. (2001). Alternative algorithms: Increasing options, reducing errors. Teaching Children Mathematics, 7(8), 480–84.

Sowder, J. and Schappelle, B. (1994). Number sense-making. Arithmetic Teacher, 41(6), 342–45.

Thompson, A. and Sroule, S. (2000). Deciding when to use calculators. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 6(2), 126–9.


REFERENCES

Baturo, A. and English, L. (1982). Sunshine Mathematics 7.

Beishuizen, M. (1997). Mental Arithmetic: Mental recall or metal strategies? Mathematics Teaching, 160, 16–19.

Booker, G., Bond, D., Briggs, J. and Davey, G. (1998). Teaching primary mathematics. Sydney: Pearson.

Brownell, W. A. (1956/1987). AT classic: Meaning and skill—maintaining the balance. Arithmetic Teacher, 34(8), 18–25.

Carpenter, T. P. and Moser, J. M. (1982). The development of addition and subtraction problem solving skills. In T. P. Carpenter, J. M. Moser and T. A. Romberg (eds), Addition and subtraction: A cognitive perspective. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Dole, S. and Beswick, K. (2001). Developing tens facts with grade prep children: A teaching experiment. In J. Bobis, B. Perry and M. Mitchelmore (eds),

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  • Title Page *
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • About This Book xi
  • About the Authors xiii
  • Chapter 1 - The Changing Face of Primary Mathematics 1
  • Further Reading *
  • References *
  • Chapter 2 - Theoretical Foundations for Contemporary Mathematics Education 21
  • Further Reading *
  • References *
  • Chapter 3 - Language and Mathematics 33
  • Further Reading *
  • References *
  • Chapter 4 - Diversity and Equity 47
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  • Chapter 5 - Planning for Teaching 63
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  • Chapter 6 - Assessment 79
  • Further Reading *
  • References 105
  • Chapter 7 - Working Mathematically 106
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  • Chapter 8 - Early Number 121
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  • References 147
  • Chapter 9 - Basic Facts and Mental Computation 149
  • Further Reading 174
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  • Chapter 10 - Written Algorithms 176
  • Further Reading 196
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  • Chapter 11 - Rational Number 197
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  • Chapter 12 - Patterns and Algebra 233
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  • Chapter 13 - Measurement 250
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  • References 280
  • Chapter 14 - Chance and Data 281
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  • Chapter 15 - Space 310
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  • Index 340
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