Collins International Primary Maths - International Primary Maths Teacher’s Guide 6 ebook: 1 year licence (Collins ebook edition)

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Collins International Primary Maths supports best practice in primary maths teaching, whilst encouraging teacher professionalism and autonomy. A wealth of supporting digital assets are provided for every lesson, including slideshows, animations, tools and games to ensure they are rich, lively and engaging.

Lesson plans following a highly effective and proven lesson structure with a ‘big idea’ at the centre, anchoring mathematics in a real-life international context. Activities, exercises and investigations provide opportunities for learners to apply their knowledge, skills and understanding of the mathematics they are learning.

Provides support as part of a set of resources for the Cambridge Primary curriculum framework from 2011.

This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

RRP: £44.00

ISBN

978-0-00-844116-6

Publication Date

01-06-2020

Format

ebook

Pages

176 pages

Product Description

Collins International Primary Maths supports best practice in primary maths teaching, whilst encouraging teacher professionalism and autonomy. A wealth of supporting digital assets are provided for every lesson, including slideshows, animations, tools and games to ensure they are rich, lively and engaging.

Lesson plans following a highly effective and proven lesson structure with a ‘big idea’ at the centre, anchoring mathematics in a real-life international context. Activities, exercises and investigations provide opportunities for learners to apply their knowledge, skills and understanding of the mathematics they are learning.

Provides support as part of a set of resources for the Cambridge Primary curriculum framework from 2011.

This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Author

Paul Wrangles and Paul Hodge, Series edited by Peter Clarke

Peter Clarke has been a mathematics coordinator and deputy headteacher in primary schools in Australia and London. He has also worked as a mathematics advisor and has written many publications on primary mathematics. He also lectures on initial teacher training and postgraduate courses, and runs INSET at schools and conferences.