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Talks for primary school teachers on the Cuisenaire-Gattegno approach to the teaching of mathematics. by Madeleine Goutard

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Published by Educational explorers in Reading .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

SeriesMathematics teaching series
The Physical Object
Pagination79p.,ill.,22cm
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19122898M

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  Primary School Teacher Book List: 1. Class six to 10 Text Book (Specially for Bangla and Math) 2. Professor’s Primary Recruitment Guide (You can find here all previous questions of Primary School Teacher Exam). 3. Oracle Primary Recruitment Guide. The books included in the database are geared toward students in grades K Some adult books are included if they have an appeal to school age students. The majority of the booktalks that are included here are written for books that appeal to middle school age children. Nominated by: Paul Watson (@PaulWat5), Year 5 Teacher and also by Chris Callaghan (@callaghansstuff), author of children's books including The Great Chocoplot (available here)Chris says: "I've always been fascinated by cold climates and the people compelled to explore them. William Grill's 'Shackleton's Journey' is a beautiful account of a particularly famous and hazardous Antarctic adventure. Hundreds of hours of videotape evidence expose the crude inefficiencies of everyday teaching: 50 per cent of what teachers teach, children already know; 80 per cent of pupils’ time is spent pretending to listen; teachers talk 75 per cent of the time. This book shows why .

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