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Maths Basics For Ages 7 8 Key Stage 2

Author : Paul Broadbent
ISBN : 1843150697
Genre : Counting
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Maths & English Basics are specifically designed for home study and to work alongside the primary curriculum. The series strengthens numeracy and literacy skills from the pre-school years right through to secondary school. English Basics works alongside the activities and tasks set out in the National Literacy Strategy. The exercises follow the actual subjects of the Literacy Hour, week by week, topic by topic.


Author : HARPER UK
ISBN : 9780007300983
Genre : Mathematics
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Collins Easy Learning Maths 5-6 develops numeracy skills.

Education And Mind In The Knowledge Age

Author : Carl Bereiter
ISBN : 9781135644796
Genre : Education
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In this book, Carl Bereiter--a distinguished and well-known cognitive, educational psychologist--presents what he calls "a new way of thinking about knowledge and the mind." He argues that in today's Knowledge Age, education's conceptual tools are inadequate to address the pressing educational challenges and opportunities of the times. Two things are required: first, to replace the mind-as-container metaphor with one that envisions a mind capable of sustaining knowledgeable, intelligent behavior without actually containing stored beliefs; second, to recognize a fundamental difference between knowledge building and learning--both of which are essential parts of education for the knowledge age. Connectionism in cognitive science addresses the first need; certain developments in post-positivist epistemology address the second. The author explores both the theoretical bases and the practical educational implications of this radical change in viewpoint. The book draws on current new ways of thinking about knowledge and mind, including information processing, cognitive psychology, situated cognition, constructivism, social constructivism, and connectionism, but does not adhere strictly to any "camp." Above all, the author is concerned with developing a way of thinking about the mind that can usher education into the knowledge age. This book is intended as a starting point.


Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: Select Committee on Economic Affairs
ISBN : 9780104011157
Genre : Political Science
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Apprenticeship : A key route to skill, 5th report of session 2006-07, Vol. 2: Evidence

Tracking Adult Literacy And Numeracy Skills

Author : Stephen Reder
ISBN : 9781135903305
Genre : Education
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Understanding the origins of poor literacy and numeracy skills in adulthood and how to improve them is of major importance when society places a high premium on proficiency in these basic skills. This edited collection brings together the results of recent longitudinal studies that greatly extend our knowledge of what works in raising skill levels, as well as the social and economic returns to improvement. Many fundamental research questions in adult education involve change over time: how adults learn, how program participation influences their acquisition of skills and knowledge, and how their educational development interacts with their social and economic performance. Although a growing number of longitudinal studies in adult basic education have recently been completed, this book is the first systematic compilation of findings and methods. Triangulating findings from different methodological perspectives and research designs, and across countries, this text produces convergence on key conclusions about the role of basic skills in the modern life course and the most effective ways of enhancing them.

Basic Maths For Dummies

Author : Colin Beveridge
ISBN : 9781119975625
Genre : Mathematics
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Whether you are returning to school, studying for an adult numeracy test, helping your kids with homework, or seeking the confidence that a firm maths foundation provides in everyday encounters, Basic Maths For Dummies, UK Edition, provides the content you need to improve your basic maths skills. Based upon the Adult Numeracy Core Curriculum, this title covers such topics as: Getting started with the building blocks of maths and setting yourself up for success Dealing with decimals, percentages and tackling fractions without fear Sizing Up weights, measures, and shapes How to handle statistics and gauge probability Filled with real-world examples and written by a PhD-level mathematician who specialises in tutoring adults and students, Basic Maths For Dummies also provides practical advice on overcoming maths anxiety and a host of tips, tricks, and memory aids that make learning maths (almost) painless - and even fun.

Junior Maths

Author : David Hillard
ISBN : 190573526X
Genre : Mathematics
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Junior Maths Book 3 is a rigorous and challenging textbook for pupils aged 9+ (Year 5 upwards) and helps pupils to prepare for success at Common Entrance. This book consolidates the material already covered in the Junior Maths course and introduces new topics such as percentages, ratio and proportion, line graphs and probability, all of which will lay the foundations for success in Common Entrance and other entrance exams at 11+. - Covers the new numeracy framework to ensure pupils are learning the most up to date material - Combines the traditional standard method with the mental approach to challenge all abilities and satisfy all needs - Includes a huge bank of practice material including problem solving exercises to ensure pupils have plenty of practice material The Answer Book is now available as a free download. Also available from Galore Park - Junior Maths Book 1 - Junior Maths Book 2 - 11+ Maths Practice Exercises - 11+ Maths Practice Exercises Answer Book - 11+ Maths Revision Guide

Making Mathematics Meaningful For Students In The Intermediate Grades

Author : Werner W. Liedtke
ISBN : 9781426938801
Genre : Education
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Making Mathematics Meaningful For Students in the Intermediate Grades is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in helping students reach the key learning outcomes of any mathematics curriculum. Developed through live and videotaped classroom observation and through diagnostic and achievement interviews with students, Making Mathematics Meaningful is a research-based guide to mathematics education that eschews outdated models based primarily and memorization and repetition in favor of a more holistic approach that encourages students to develop their mathematical reasoning skills through problem solving. This approach not only teaches students to become critical thinkers, but also contributes to language development, reading comprehension, and evaluative skills. Author Werner W. Liedtke offers advice on developing questioning strategies and creating practice tasks to ensure that students encounter the critical components of a mathematics program. For each topic, he provides assessment strategies and identifies key prerequisite skills and ideas that can be used for pre-tests, diagnostic purposes, or introductory teaching/learning settings. Making Mathematics Meaningful teaches students to * improve written and oral communication; * connect ideas to previous learning and to settings outside the classroom; * discover strategies for personal estimation and mental mathematics; * learn through problem solving; * develop curiosity, perseverance, and confidence.

Excel Basic Skills Homework Book

Author : Pascal Press
ISBN : 1864412747
Genre : English language
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Gifted Children

Author : H. J. O. Milne
ISBN : PSU:000021335563
Genre : Gifted children
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"Selected papers from the Second State Conference, celebrating ten years of service, by the Queensland Association for Gifted and Talented Children Inc., Griffith University, Mount Gravatt Campus, 15-17th June, 1990".

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