When teaching mathematics in early childhood education, the educator’s mindset is just as important as a child’s. Author Marianne Knaus explains how to develop and encourage a growth mindset.
Maths in secondary school can be a point of stress and self-doubt for many. Through their pedagogy, language and actions teachers can foster students’ confidence in their own maths abilities.
It may seem old school, but fluency in basic facts in primary school is a crucial skill to progress further with mathematics. Fluency goes beyond memorising the times tables – it involves understanding and applying mathematics.
Having engaging mathematics resources on hand is important for getting primary school students enthusiastic about the subject. Read on for creative ways to teach problem solving and get students looking forward to their next maths class.
Teaching measurement in ECE settings relies on children developing number sense and an understanding of the concepts of geometry.
Developing number knowledge is more than just learning to count. Here are some ideas to freshen up your number teaching and learning!
Research has determined that a child’s mathematical concept of pattern is one of the best indicators of future success in mathematics.
Mathematics is everywhere in daily life and we should be using these incidental opportunities to talk about maths concepts.
Sometimes students (teachers and parents!) need a break from content-heavy lessons. Here are three easy ideas for learning maths at home – all you need is a deck of cards!
Author, Ian Bull,writes about why problem solving in mathematics is important. This challenge allows students to formulate a pathway to understand the nature of the problem.