Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching
The Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching series is the ideal resource for maths teachers who want to implement the task, questions, evidence (TQE) process in their classroom.
The series includes insights from Foundation Year to high school, and will guide teachers in developing the deep understanding necessary to effectively deliver mathematics instruction. Using these practical resources, educators will discover key strategies to learn and teach foundational mathematics concepts and provide all students with the precise information they need to achieve academic success.
Each book in the series is also available as a complete multimedia package, including a DVD, PowerPoint presentation on CD, a facilitator’s guide and a copy of the corresponding Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching book for that year-level band. The unscripted video program addresses three specific goals: (1) to explore meaningful tasks as learners of mathematics for teaching, (2) to make sense of the TQE process and (3) to create a shared vision of classrooms where teachers are supporting the TQE process and students are engaged in meaningful mathematics learning experiences. These presentations can be viewed alone or used with the facilitator’s guide to provide one full-day workshop or two half-day workshops.
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