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Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School 3ed

by Paul Chambers and Robert Timlin SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2019
ISBN:
9781473974289
Format:
Pbk 264 pages
Price:
AU$63.00 NZ$66.09
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This fully updated third edition looks at the fundamentals of mathematics teaching, how to plan lessons and assess learning, and how to promote an inclusive approach in the classroom.


 


Key new features include:


Updated content reflecting: the 2014 National Curriculum in England, the Teachers' Standards and revised requirements for GCSE and A level mathematics


Updated 'Evidence from research' features, highlighting developments in the field


An expanded section on mathematical misconceptions


New coverage on teaching for mastery.

Chapter 1: Teaching Mathematics
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Teaching Mathematics
Chapter 3: Planning to Teach a Mathematics Lesson
Chapter 4: The Elements of a Mathematics Lesson
Chapter 5: Learning Mathematics
Chapter 6: Assessment
Chapter 7: Inclusive Teaching
Chapter 8: Teaching Different Topics
Chapter 9: ICT in Mathematics Teaching
Chapter 10: Continuing Professional Development

Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School is a comprehensive guide covering everything about learning to teach maths. Suitable for anyone considering teaching as a profession, those already in training and new teachers, it provides excellent coverage of the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching maths in an accessible style. "This is a comprehensive guide covering everything about learning to teach maths. Suitable for anyone considering teaching as a profession, those already in training and new teachers, it provides excellent coverage of the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching maths in an accessible style." - Emma McCrea, ITE Lecturer and author of Making Every Maths Lesson Count


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Paul Chambers was educated at Cambridge and Nottingham Universities. Subsequently, he worked in three different schools before spending many years recruiting and training teachers of mathematics at one of the largest providers of teacher education in the country. He has worked as external examiner for two universities. He has direct experience of several different programmes of initial teacher education, including full-time and flexible PGCEs and a three-year BSc with Qualified Teacher Status. He is fully conversant with the demands of other routes into teaching, such as School Direct and Teach First programmes. Previous publications include several articles in mathematics magazines for teachers and joint authorship of teachers' packs for AS and A level mathematics. He was one of Her Majesty's Inspectors for nine years.


Robert Timlin studied mathematics and theoretical physics then undertook further studies leading to the award of a PhD. Rob qualified as a teacher after a PGCE where he studied with co-author Paul Chambers. Rob has taught in several schools in the North West of England and in London. He has been both a successful Head of Department and Assistant Headteacher. He has also worked as an educational consultant, advising local authorities and other public and private bodies on the teaching of mathematics. He has taught on a number of higher education courses, including the establishment of a successful PGCE Mathematics course at Liverpool John Moores University, and the role of Principal Lecturer in Mathematics Education at Manchester Metropolitan University. He has taught on undergraduate teaching courses and on mathematics degree courses as well as on Master's degrees in educational practice.