id: 02322454
dt: b
an: 1999d.02377
au: Johnston-Wilder, Sue; Johnston-Wilder, Peter; Pimm, David; Westwell, John
ti: Learning to teach mathematics in the secondary school. A companion to
school experience.
so: Routledge, London (ISBN 0-415-16280-7). 297 p. (1998).
py: 1998
pu: Routledge, London
la: EN
cc: D10
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ab: The books in this series are designed for student teachers to learn to
teach on different types of initial teacher education courses and in
different places. This book covers a wide range of issues in the
teaching of mathematics and offers supporting tasks to students to
enable them to translate theory into practice. Topics covered include:
the nature of mathematics as a subject, mathematics in the (English)
National Curriculum, pupil learning, different teaching approaches,
using information and communications (ICT) technology, mathematics
education for pupils with special needs in mathematics, communicating
mathematically (mathematical language), assessment and public
examinations, teaching mathematics post-16, professional development.
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