Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

This Fourth Edition of Derek Haylock's much loved textbook has been fully revised and restructured to match the current Attainment Targets for mathematics in England.

Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

This Fourth Edition of Derek Haylock's much loved textbook has been fully revised and restructured to match the current Attainment Targets for mathematics in England. Every chapter is written in a way that integrates children’s learning, classroom practice and the teacher’s own requirements for subject knowledge, making this the ideal text for primary PGCE courses. Features in the new edition include: two new chapters on mathematics in the primary curriculum and learning to learn mathematics more prominence given to using and applying mathematics sections matching the attainment targets for mathematics more learning and teaching points highlighted throughout the text further material on number, risk, use of ICT, graphs and data-handling. a research focus in every chapter. Additional online support The companion website provides a glossary and additional material to enable primary trainees to prepare with confidence for the ITT Numeracy test, and provides details of how each chapter of the book is linked to the National Curriculum. This will be updated to reflect any updates to the National Curriculum as they are introduced. You can also follow Derek Haylock's blog and Twitter feeds to discuss and share issues, news, policy and anything primary maths related! -Visit the companion website: www.uk.sagepub.com/haylock -Review Derek's blog: http://derek-haylock.blogspot.co.uk/ -Follow Derek on Twitter: https://twitter.com/derek_haylock Extensively used on primary PGCE courses and undergraduate courses leading to QTS, this bestselling book is an essential resource for all trainee primary teachers. A companion Student Workbook is also available, which: provides self-assessment activities for students to check their understanding of key concepts helps students to practise key mathematical processes and to apply mathematics in real-life situations gives opportunities to apply their knowledge to teaching and learning.

Student Workbook Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

Updated with over 100 new questions! This is the perfect companion to Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers, 6th edition and now comes with over 800 questions!

Student Workbook Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

Updated with over 100 new questions! This Student Workbook allows you to practice the concepts introduced in Derek Haylock's Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers. With over 800 questions endorsed by primary PGCE trainees, along with detailed solutions and explanatory notes, this new edition Student Workbook helps you gain the confidence you need to understand, apply and teach the primary maths curriculum. Checking Understanding questions are designed to help you check your own knowledge of terminology, understanding of key concepts and principles, and your mastery of important skills. Reasoning and Problem-solving questions encourage you to use and apply mathematical concepts in solving mathematical puzzles or problems in real life situations. Learning and Teaching solutions include responses to children's errors and misunderstandings, development of teaching ideas, evaluation of teaching approaches, and consideration of objectives to promote understanding.

Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

INTRODUCTION + The period since the second edition of this book has been a time of consolidation in primary mathematics teaching in this country . The National Numeracy Strategy , intro- duced in 1999 , with its emphasis on more ...

Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

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Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers 4 Ed Student Wkbk for Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

The material in the workbook has been tested and endorsed by primary PGCE trainees. Detailed solutions and explanatory notes are provided at the end of the book for each task.

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This specially discounted book pack combines the new fourth edition of Derek Haylock's much loved textbook Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers with the brand new accompanying Student Workbook. Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers The new fourth edition of Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers has been fully revised and restructured to match the current Attainment Targets for mathematics in England. Every chapter is written in a way that integrates children's learning, classroom practice and the teacher's own requirements for subject knowledge, making this the ideal text for primary PGCE courses. Some of the changes in the new edition include: -Two new chapters on mathematics in the primary curriculum and learning to learn mathematics -More prominence given to using and applying mathematics -Sections matching the attainment targets for mathematics -More learning and teaching points highlighted throughout the text -Further material on number, risk, use of ICT, graphs and data-handling. -A research focus in every chapter. The companion website www.sagepub.co.uk/haylock provides a glossary and additional material to enable primary trainees to prepare with confidence for the ITT Numeracy test, and provides details of how each chapter of the book is linked to the National Curriculum. This will be updated to reflect any updates to the National Curriculum as they are introduced. Extensively used on primary PGCE courses and undergraduate courses leading to QTS, this bestselling book is an essential resource for all trainee primary teachers. Student Workbook The new companion workbook to Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers provides students with an attractive and engaging means of reviewing, reinforcing and applying the material of Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers 4th Edition, chapter by chapter. The material in the workbook has been tested and endorsed by primary PGCE trainees. Detailed solutions and explanatory notes are provided at the end of the book for each task. The self-assessment tasks are of three kinds: A. Checking Understanding Tasks designed to help the reader to check their own understanding of key concepts and principles and their mastery of important skills in each chapter. B. Processes and Applications Tasks that provide opportunities to apply the mathematical content of each chapter in real-life situations, and in puzzles, problems, investigations and other mathematical challenges. C. Teaching and Learning Tasks that provide opportunities for the reader to consider their responses to children's errors and misunderstandings, and to consider the content of each chapter in terms of approaches to teaching and learning in a primary school context.

Student Workbook for Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

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Student Workbook for  Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers

This Workbook provides students with an attractive and engaging means of reviewing, reinforcing and applying the material of Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers Fourth Edition, chapter by chapter. The material in the workbook has been tested and endorsed by primary PGCE trainees. Detailed solutions and explanatory notes are provided at the end of the book for each task. The self-assessment tasks are of three kinds: - Checking Understanding Tasks designed to help the reader to check their own understanding of key concepts and principles and their mastery of important skills in each chapter. - Processes and Applications Tasks that provide opportunities to apply the mathematical content of each chapter in real-life situations, and in puzzles, problems, investigations and other mathematical challenges. - Teaching and Learning: tasks that provide opportunities for the reader to consider their responses to children's errors and misunderstandings, and to consider the content of each chapter in terms of approaches to teaching and learning in a primary school context.

Teacher Education and Development Study

Die "Teacher Education and Development Study: Learning to Teach Mathematics (TEDS-M)" der International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) war die erste international-vergleichende Studie, die den tertiären ...

Teacher Education and Development Study

Die "Teacher Education and Development Study: Learning to Teach Mathematics (TEDS-M)" der International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) war die erste international-vergleichende Studie, die den tertiaren Bildungssektor mit standardisierten Testungen in den Blick nahm. Die Studie verglich die am Ende der Mathematiklehrerausbildung erreichten Kompetenzen von Lehrkraften fur die Primarstufe und die Sekundarstufe I in 16 Staaten. Deutschland beteiligte sich mit reprasentativen Stichproben von Mathematiklehrkraften fur die Primarstufe bzw. die Sekundarstufe I im letzten Jahr ihrer Ausbildung aus allen Bundeslandern sowie einer reprasentativen Stichprobe von Lehrerausbildenden in entsprechenden Ausbildungsgangen. Diese Skalendokumentation enthalt - soweit freigegeben - die Instrumente aller TEDS-M-Befragungen und -Testungen in deutscher und englischer Sprache (einschl. Kodierleitfaden). Fur die Verwendung in weiteren Studien werden die Fragen zur Person ebenso dokumentiert wie die Fragen zu den Uberzeugungen und Lerngelegenheiten der angehenden Lehrkrafte sowie der Lehrerausbildenden. Die Skalendokumentation stellt so auch ein unverzichtbares Hilfsmittel dar, um mit den kurzlich freigegebenen TEDS-M-Datensatzen Sekundaranalysen durchfuhren zu konnen. Daruber hinaus konnen der Skalendokumentation die wichtigsten Kennwerte zu den TEDS-M-Ergebnissen entnommen werden: Haufigkeiten, Mittelwerte, Standardfehler, verschiedene Verteilungsmae und die Anteile fehlender Werte.

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Understanding Mathematics for Young Children

This is a fully revised and updated edition of the authors' successful and much-used book, Understanding Mathematics in the Lower Primary Years: A Guide for Teachers of Children 3 - 8.

Understanding Mathematics for Young Children

This is a fully revised and updated edition of the authors' successful and much-used book, Understanding Mathematics in the Lower Primary Years: A Guide for Teachers of Children 3 - 8. It is written for those who teach mathematics, for those who are preparing to teach mathematics to children aged 3 to 8 years, as well as for those who wish to have a clearer understanding of the mathematical ideas behind the material they use in the classroom. This book also shows how children can be helped to develop an understanding of mathematics for themselves. The revisions introduced in the third Edition reflect recent changes such as the Early Learning Goals for the Foundation Stage and the particular emphasis of The National Numeracy Strategy. Sections on addition and subtraction, multiplication and division have been revised, and the book includes coverage of mental calculation strategies. This is an essential student text and professional reference work for teachers of children aged 3 to 8 years.

Getting into Primary Teaching

These include formal timed tests in mathematics. Taking iT furTher Cotton, T (2010) Teaching and Understanding Primary Maths, Harlow: Pearson. Haylock, D (2010) Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers, London: Sage.

Getting into Primary Teaching

Essential reading if you are considering making an application for primary initial teacher education or preparing to begin your programme. It introduces you to a range of perspectives on teaching and teacher education and guides you through the application process to ensure you choose the training route that’s right for you and achieve a successful result. Key chapters cover developing your subject knowledge in English and mathematics, understanding the curriculum, the nature of learning, assessment, behaviour issues and inclusive teaching. Useful features such as jargon busters, progress checklists and case studies make the material accessible and help you navigate the ‘new landscape’ of teacher education. In addition the text encourages you to reflect critically on your school experiences of learning and teaching and uses example of theory, research and practice to help you develop an informed stance on important themes.

Big Ideas in Primary Mathematics

Gelman, R. and Gallistel, C.R. (1978) The Child's Understanding of Number, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Gifford, S. (2005) Teaching Mathematics 3–5: Developing Learning in the Foundation Stage, Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill/Open ...

Big Ideas in Primary Mathematics

This book explains ‘big ideas’ in mathematics in simple terms supported by classroom examples to show how they can be applied in primary schools to enable learning. Carefully linked to the National Curriculum, it covers all the major concepts so you can develop your own mathematical subject knowledge and to give you the confidence to deepen your understanding of the children you teach. This second edition includes: · A new ‘links with mastery’ feature showing how to teach with mastery in mind · A new glossary of key terms · New big ideas and activities throughout

Understanding Mathematics for Young Children

Haylock, D. (1997) 'Recognising mathematical creativity in schoolchildren', International Reviews on Mathematical Education, 3: 68–74. Haylock, D. (2014) Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers, 5th edn. London: Sage Publications.

Understanding Mathematics for Young Children

Essential guide for teaching children aged 3-7, developing knowledge of key mathematical ideas and concepts in the nursery and primary classroom.

Teaching Children Mathematics

We developed a framework to help middle school teachers present a clear rationale for their decisions Figure 1 Flow chart ... mathematics and special education teachers , they explained that calculators are not appropriate in elementary ...

Teaching Children Mathematics


Understanding Mathematics in the Lower Primary Years

( Essential reference for those teaching in primary schools in England and Wales ! ) Desforges , C. and Cockburn , A. D. ( 1987 ) Understanding the Mathematics Teacher : a Study of Practice in the First School , Falmer Press , Lewes .

Understanding Mathematics in the Lower Primary Years

This is a substantially revised and expanded edition of the authors earlier book, Understanding Early Years Mathematics. It is written for teachers and student teachers working with children 4-8. It aims to provide them with a clearer understanding of the mathematical material they deal with in the classroom. This revised edition includes new chapters on number patterns and calculations, data handling, and the characteristic ways of thinking mathematically that are at the heart of using and applying mathematics. Each chapter includes a section of activities for use with children, annotated suggestions for further reading and a summary of key ideas.

Mathematical Knowledge for Primary Teachers

The implications of this for area calculations will be explained in Chapter 11 . A further aspect of measurement is learning how to estimate . This grows out of considerable experience of measurement and involves having known points of ...

Mathematical Knowledge for Primary Teachers

Designed for students on courses of initial training for primary teaching, this text presents key concepts in mathematics and discusses standard techniques including worked examples, self-tests, questions for the classroom, and further challenges.

Teaching 3 8

London : Hodder and Stoughton Edwards , S. ( 1998 ) Managing Effective Teaching of Mathematics 3-8 . London : Paul Chapman . Haylock , D. ( 2001 ) Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers . London : Paul Chapman .

Teaching 3 8

Providing comprehensive coverage of the issues involved in the new government chapters on 3-8 teaching, this is a textbook for initial teacher training and for newly qualified teachers.

Dyslexia Dyspraxia and Mathematics

In J Hiebert ( ed ) Conceptual Knowledge and Procedural Knowledge : The Case of Mathematics . Hillsdale , NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates . ... London : Paul Chapman Haylock D ( 1995 ) Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers .

Dyslexia  Dyspraxia and Mathematics

Written by a teacher with many years' experience of teaching mathematics to primary school dyslexic and dyspraxic children with a wide range of abilities, this book is designed to be a practical teaching guide. It offers detailed guidance and specific teaching suggestions to all specialist teachers, support teachers, classroom teachers and parents who either directly teach mathematics to dyslexic and dyspraxic children or who support the mathematics teaching programmes of dyslexic or dyspraxic children. Although the book has grown out of teaching experience it is also informed by widely acknowledged contemporary and international research, which explores the cognitive aspects of learning mathematics and tries to understand why it is that some children fail to learn mathematics. Many of the teaching principles described in the text have specific and quite far-reaching implications. The theoretical arguments should therefore also be of interest to special needs co-ordinators, heads of maths departments, head teachers or other professionals who are responsible for designing or modifying the maths learning programmes of children with special learning and maths difficulties. In more general terms, the book hopes to contribute to the broad discussion of the cognitive features and educational needs of dyslexic and dyspraxic children.

Exploring Science in Early Childhood

Mathematics explained for primary teachers . Bristol , PA : Taylor and Francis . Hiebert , J. , & Carpenter , T. P. ( 1992 ) . Learning and teaching with understanding . In D. A. Grouws ( Ed . ) , Handbook of research on mathematics ...

Exploring Science in Early Childhood

The new third edition of this best-selling book focuses on early childhood education from birth through age eight. Based on theories of child development, this resource depicts how to integrate scientific concepts with music and movement, language arts, social studies, and art. The book uses a problem-solving approach to discuss constructive concepts along with a balance of naturalistic, informal, and structured activities and experiences. The importance of literature and writing in science education is emphasized. Also, the book describes how to use dramatic play and thematic projects as vehicles for integration. Key Features include: -- compatible with national standards and guidelines -- an emphasis is placed on problem solving -- a developmental sequence guides users in planning and instruction -- developmentally appropriate assessment, evaluation, and instructional strategies for the national movement toward authentic assessment

Forthcoming Books

Mathematics Activities for Elementary School Teachers : A Problem Solving Approach . ... Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers . ... 22.95 ( 0-521-55913-8 ) Cambridge U Pr . Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers .

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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities

Rev. ed. of: Mathematics for elementary teachers with activity manual. 3rd ed. c2011.

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities

Rev. ed. of: Mathematics for elementary teachers with activity manual. 3rd ed. c2011.

Overcoming Difficulties with Number Text

Eva Gravberg ( 1997 ) Elementary Mathematics and Language Difficulties , Whurr . Derek Haylock ( 1995 , new edn 2006 ) Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers , Paul Chapman Publishing . Tim Miles and Elaine Miles ( eds ) ( 1992 ...

Overcoming Difficulties with Number  Text


Cumulative Book Index

Cumulative Book Index

A world list of books in the English language.

Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics

Designed to support both new and experienced teachers in guiding pupils through mathematical investigations, Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics provides practical guidance underpinned by the latest research and theory.

Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics

Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics is an essential text designed to support new and experienced teachers in guiding pupils through mathematical investigations and problem solving, offering a framework that children themselves can begin to adopt as they progress to greater metacognitive awareness. Underpinned by the latest international research and theory, it examines how individual pupils think and act differently and offers guidance on how to promote independence and autonomy in the classroom. It examines key topics such as: Preparing for mathematical learning Designing learning material Assessing and evaluating learning Identifying key points for intervention What to do when learning is stalled Critical numeracy for real-world problem solving Mental Model Theory and the Mental Model Mode Different approaches to problem solving and investigating Aimed at new and experienced educators, particularly those with a maths specialism, and illustrated with investigations and activities, Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics demonstrates how frameworks can be used in key mathematical areas and assists students in progressing towards more meaningful problem solving.

Low Attainers in Primary Mathematics

In this fascinating book, Jenny Houssart draws on close observations with children in lower mathematics sets in primary schools to investigate why some children opt out of mathematics at an early age.

Low Attainers in Primary Mathematics

In this fascinating book, Jenny Houssart draws on close observations with children in lower mathematics sets in primary schools to investigate why some children opt out of mathematics at an early age. After introducing us to the children, she addresses a particular type of mathematical task in each chapter, including: mental work practical work written work calculators and computers assessment tasks. Through the use of stories and quotes, the author shows how the children respond to specific tasks and presents evidence of a range of difficulties that emerge as the children are working. Each chapter ends with discussions and implications for classroom practice. Low Attainers in Primary Mathematics will be a useful resource for primary teachers, student teachers, SENCOs and teaching assistants who will all recognise these children from their own classrooms and draw insights from this highly readable book.