19 Oct 2020
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Enable your students to become confident, proactive teachers of mathematics.
At the forefront of research in mathematics education, this new edition of Teaching Mathematics: Foundations to Middle Years continues to provide knowledge to future teachers of mathematics with the information and resources they need to help them prepare for the classroom. Following an evidence-based approach focused on identifying and reflecting on student reasoning, pre-service teachers are encouraged to develop a deep understanding of the big ideas in mathematics and the connections between them.
Now in its third edition, this text has been revised extensively, with a new structure that points more directly to the learning progressions involved in developing a deep understanding of mathematics from the early to middle years of schooling. Interspersed throughout the text are activities and thought-provoking teaching scenarios for pre-service teachers to explore, whether individually, in groups or in the classroom.
The authors’ detailed knowledge of mathematics and mathematics teaching combines effectively with the book’s teaching and learning features to help pre-service teachers develop the deep understanding of mathematics and the teaching and learning of mathematics needed to become confident, enthusiastic teachers of mathematics.
New to this Edition:
- New pedagogical structure allows for easier navigation and aligns with how mathematics education is organised
- Big Ideas at the beginning of each chapter provide a summary of the key ideas in mathematics and link to the new Learning Progression framework at the beginning of the book
- Activities are varied for the range of ages and diversity of students in mathematics classrooms
- Making Connections have been updated to include STEM, ICT concepts and cultural connections
- Try it Yourself activities to develop pre-service teachers’ knowledge and assist with building confidence in teaching mathematics to a wide range of students
- Teachers in Practice are written by practising teachers and provide teaching strategies for pre-service teachers to consider when in the classroom
- Teacher Tips provide short snippets of practical advice
- Extend your Learning activities encourage pre-service teachers to think more broadly about their role in the school community. They provide tips on how to stimulate discussion in a team meeting and form the basis of group work tasks.
Part 1 – Setting the Scene
1. Understanding School Mathematics
2. Learning Mathematics
3. Building Early Foundations
Part 2 – Understanding Mathematics Teaching
4. Building Understanding and Fluency
5. Promoting Problem Solving and Reasoning
6. Interpreting and Responding to Data and Assessment
7. Planning for Learning
8. Understanding and Responding to Diversity
9. Mathematics Across the Curriculum
Part 3 – Number and Algebra
10. Developing a Sense of Number and Algebra
11. Algebraic Thinking
12. Early Number
13. Place Value
14. Additive Thinking
15. Multiplicative Thinking
16. Fractions, Decimals and Percentage
17. Proportional Reasoning
Part 4 – Teaching Measurement and Geometry
18. Developing a Sense of Measurement and Geometry
19. Measurement Concepts and Strategies
20. Geometrical Thinking
Part 5 – Teaching Statistics and Probability
21. Developing a Sense of Statistics and Probability
22. Statistics and Probability
Dianne Siemon is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University.
Elizabeth Warren is a Professor in the School of Education at the Australian Catholic University.
Kim Beswick is a Professor and Head of the School of Education at The University of New South Wales.
Rhonda Faragher is an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the School of Education at The University of Queensland.
Jodie Miller is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at The University of Queensland.
Marj Horne is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University.
Dan Jazby is a Lecturer in the School of Education at RMIT University.
Margarita Breed is a teacher and educational consultant.
The following resources are available for lecturers who prescribe Teaching Mathematics: Foundations to Middle Years, third edition, for their course:
- Instructor’s Resource Manual including an extensive activity bank with additional Try it Yourself activities perfect for tutorials and group work.
For more information about these resources please contact your Oxford Learning Resource Consultant.