Teaching Maths to Pupils with Different Learning Styles

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SAGE, Nov 5, 2005 - Education - 102 pages
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Some pupils find even basic concepts in mathematics difficult to grasp so making lessons accessible to all can be challenging.

This book offers practising teachers a range of approaches that can help struggling students. By following its advice, you can make maths visible and tangible - not something that just lies flat on the page.

The book looks at different ways of teaching maths in order to stimulate pupils with different learning styles. It includes:

- ideas for lesson activities
- suggestions for exciting, visual ways to teach basic concepts
- lots of practical advice and guidance.

It will encourage you to use a variety of methods to teach the subject, showing ways to unlock mathematics for all your learners.

This useful resource will appeal to maths teachers in primary and secondary schools, SENCOs and teaching assistants.

Tandi Clausen-May is a Principal Researcher at the National Foundation for Educational Research, where she is responsible for the development of a range of curriculum and assessment materials. She contributes regularly to the Times Educational Supplement, and delivers popular workshops around the UK on teaching mathematics.

 

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Tandi Clausen-May is an independent educational researcher based in England. She works nationally and internationally in the area of mathematics education.

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