Author: Christine Mitchell & Helen Williams. Series editor: Dr Roger Trend

‘Why so much time for mathematics?’ is a big curriculum issue. Christine Mitchell and Helen Williams explore this amongst other topical concerns, such as standards in mathematics, teacher expectations, and the role of parents and other adults in helping to teach maths in the early years.

In ‘Interpreting and Implementing the National Curriculum’ they look at desirable learning outcomes, planning for NC mathematics at KS1, using and applying mathematics, teaching for numeracy, assessing children’s mathematics, and selecting teacher resources.

The calculator debate is reviewed in the role of ICT, which also considers data handling and programmable toys for work on shape and space.

A wealth of photocopiable materials includes recording, planning and assessment resources as well as materials for classroom use.

ISBN:1 899857 32 X

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