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Natural Learning and Mathematics book. Firmly based on practical classroom experience, this book applies the idea of "natural learning processes" to the teaching of mathematics in primary schools.
Natural learning and mathematics. by. Stoessiger, Rex. Publication date. Mathematics - Study and teaching (Primary). Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann ; Melbourne, Australia : T. Nelson. Edmunds, Joy. Bookplateleaf. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
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Mathematics is beautiful and astounding. This book is literally a classic and it is a very enjoyable read. It is about how a mathematician thinks and how to grow a mathematician
Mathematics is beautiful and astounding. There is a lot of joy in understanding mathematics, for instance, how the proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem or the secrets of pi, e, epsilo. nyway, if you passed a lot of math courses but failed to make any sense out of them during your education, those books were written for you. Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea This book is literally a classic and it is a very enjoyable read. It is about how a mathematician thinks and how to grow a mathematician. Prelude to mathematics would be very meaningful for a reader who was not already familiar with such topics.
Edmunds, Joy; Stoessiger, Rex. Mathematics in School, v19 n3 p30-33 May 1990. The contrast between the teaching of reading and mathematics is drawn. A new set of learning conditions for mathematics is presented based on a model of reading instruction. Immersion, demonstration, engagement, expectations, responsibility, use approximation, response, refinement, and outcomes are discussed.