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Cambridge Mathematics Teaching Series

The Cambridge Mathematics Teaching Series is for secondary school mathematics teachers who are interested in learning new methods for teaching mathematical concepts. The series has been developed by leading subject specialists and provides new approaches to subjects. These give teachers theoretical and practical knowledge when applying ideas in the classroom. Teaching Probability focuses on the methods teachers can apply to help their students engage with the topic – using experiments and mathematical models to solve problems and considering how to overcome common misconceptions. Teaching Statistics outlines a new pedagogical approach to teaching statistics. It frames the interconnectedness of the subject around the experiences that students should have, rather than the specific techniques required. The book provides numerous examples and suggestions that teachers can incorporate in the classroom to help improve the way students understand statistics.

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