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  • ISBN:9781009157391
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Mathematics
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Based on the popular Espressos from Cambridge Mathematics, this reflective journeybook contains a year's worth of evidence-informed professional learning in mathematics education.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Based on the popular Espressos from Cambridge Mathematics, which provide clear and accessible summaries of recent mathematics education research, this reflective journeybook contains everything a primary/early years teacher needs for a year’s worth of evidence-informed professional learning in mathematics education. Whether working collaboratively in teams, with a mentor, or individually, teachers write directly in the book, which then serves as a detailed record of their learning that can be returned to time and again. The book includes 20 specially-adapted Espressos, along with prompt questions, guided reflections, and stimulus material to support understanding and using research in the mathematics classroom.

  • Contents
  • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • 1. Spring: an awakening of your views around educational research. Opportunities to explore and respond to Espressos on: Early number sense, Spatial skills, Effective professional development, Exploratory Data Analysis, and Maths anxiety
    • Maths anxiety teaching questionnaire
    • 2. Summer: a growing of your understanding of educational research. Opportunities to explore and respond to Espressos on: The equal sign, Early concepts of probability, Calculators in primary schools, Introduction to combinations, and The number line
    • Beliefs on teaching mathematics questionnaire
    • 3. Autumn: a blossoming of your critical views of educational research. Opportunities to explore and respond to Espressos on Proportional reasoning, Early graphicacy, Attainment grouping in mathematics learning, Introducing early algebraic thinking, and Effective teaching of early measurement
    • Thinking about types of bias
    • 4. Winter: a renewing of your professional identity around educational research. Opportunities to explore and respond to Espressos on: Learning and assessing times tables, • Introduction to fractions, Developing concepts of time, Introducing negative numbers, and Variation theory in mathematics education
    • Thinking about types of evidence
    • Reflections
    • Index.
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