Oxford University Press publishes the Mastering Mathematics Handbook
What are children capable of achieving in mathematics? This question is at the heart of this book, which is a practical tool for teachers wanting to introduce more evidence-based maths teaching into their school.
This is a timely publication, hot off the presses, and should be provided as reading material to all teachers through the staff library, in light of the National Numeracy Strategy, bringing evidenced practices that teachers might consider and embrace.
Oxford University Press (OUP) publishes Mastering Mathematics by Dr Helen Drury, Director of Mathematics Mastery. This invaluable handbook is essential reading for any education professionals looking to introduce the principles of mastery to their school’s mathematics curriculum. Mastering Mathematics shares the key principles of a proven mastery approach to teaching and learning in Primary schools, drawing on UK and international research and examples of the approach in action in UK schools. Addressing the key aims of the 2014 National Curriculum, it provides practical guidance for implementing the approach alongside an action plan for schools, with supporting videos, which we will send you the link to when forwarding your copy of the programme.
Mathematics Mastery is a maths teaching framework used by many UK Primary and Secondary schools, founded by headteachers, mathematics leaders and heads of mathematics working in the Ark network of schools. Joint winners of the Times Educational Supplement Schools Award 2014 for Numeracy and Maths.
Rod Theodorou, Business Director, UK Primary and Children’s at OUP, said:
Oxford University Press are delighted to be working with Ark to support their work on developing proven and innovative approaches to teaching and learning mathematics. This is a timely publication given the new focus on mastery in the 2014 National Curriculum.
The mastery approach is a teaching methodology that builds conceptual understanding, language and communication and mathematical thinking to problem solve effectively.Mastering Mathematics shares key principles of the mastery approach, drawing on the wide range of international research and examples of the approach in action in schools.
- Essential professional development reading for teachers and senior leaders
- Provides an overview of the mastery approach and practical guidance to implement
- Addresses the key aims of the 2014 National Curriculum
- Underpinned by a large range of UK and international educational and psychological research
- Includes key questions for individual reflection and concludes with an action plan for maths subject leaders
- Supported by a series of videos from Dr. Helen Drury on www.oxfordowl.co.uk, the home of essential support for school improvement
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