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Building Engagement in Middle Years Mathematics : Learning sequences for mixed-ability classrooms - Peter Sullivan

Building Engagement in Middle Years Mathematics

Learning sequences for mixed-ability classrooms

By: Peter Sullivan

Paperback | 17 September 2021 | Edition Number 1

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Building Engagement in Middle Years Mathematics provides teachers with a range of original learning sequences focused on the mainstream content of the Australian Curriculum.

Each sequence has been developed in line with the most recent research into mathematical learning and is designed to have a low floor and high ceiling, with multiple entry points for Years 7-8 students of varying abilities.

The first task in each sequence activates existing knowledge and creates awareness of the need for new learning, while subsequent tasks consolidate and extend this learning, helping students see the ‘bigger picture’.

Building Engagement in Middle Years Mathematics is an Oxford Teacher Reference title.

The Oxford Teacher Reference series supports educators with high-quality professional resources to help deliver the best educational outcomes in primary and secondary mathematics. Led by research and written by experts in the field, this suite of stand-alone teacher reference titles offers comprehensive support across all areas of mathematics.

About the Author

Peter Sullivan is an Emeritus Professor of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, Monash University. He has extensive experience in research and teaching in teacher education. He was a member of the Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences panel of the Australian Research Council College of Experts from 2005 to 2008 and was an editor of the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education for 8 years. He is a past President of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and was the lead writer of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics

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