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Document Type: | Book |
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ISBN: | 0724812113 9780724812110 |

OCLC Number: | 154306967 |

Description: | xiv, 367 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm |

Contents: | Part One. Children Learning Mathematics: 1. Understanding children's understandings of mathematics: insights from research and practice; 2. Challenging children to think mathematically: concepts and processes -- Part Two. The Growth of Mathematical Concepts and Processes: 3. Using real data to generate mathematical thinking; 4. Finding connections in space: shape, structure, location and transformations; 5. Constructing early number concepts and relationships; 6. Promoting number sense: beyond computation; 7. Using measurement to make links; 8. Integrating fractions, ratio and proportional reasoning; 9. Exploring chance and probability -- Part Three. Facilitating Mathematics Learning: 10. Assessing, recording and reporting progress; 11. Programming and planning for mathematics learning; 12. Managing the learning environment. |

Responsibility: | Janette Bobis [and others]. |

### Abstract:

This book is a comprehensive text for primary education students and an essential reference for practising educators and researchers of primary mathematics. It focuses on the growth of children's mathematical concepts and processes from informal to formal thinking and draws on recent theory, research, and practice.

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