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Teaching Secondary School Mathematics: A Resource Book is a sequel to its companion volume, Teaching Primary School Mathematics: A Resource Book, in the Singapore Mathematics Education Series. Both are used as a main reference for training school teachers at the National Institute of Education, the only teachers' training centre in Singapore. The series has been updated to follow the 2007 syllabus, implemented in schools in Singapore.
Teaching Secondary School Mathematics: A Resource Book covers the following four aspects of teaching and learning: syllabus (standards) and concepts, teaching approaches and ideas, common errors and learning difficulties, and sample activities. Each chapter draws from the experience and teaching materials of the various authors in this volume, and is well researched, clearly written and easy to understand. This book is useful for pre-service and in-service teachers as well as mathematics educators, parents and anyone interested in secondary school mathematics education.
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Dr Lee Peng Yee is an Associate Professorial Fellow with the Mathematics and Mathematics Education academic group at the National Institute of Education and and former Vice President of International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI) (1987-1994). Author of The Integral: An Easy Approach after Kurzweil and Henstock (2000), Lee has research interests in real analysis.
Dr Lee Ngan Hoe is an Assistant Professor with the Mathematics and Mathematics Education academic group at the National Institute of Education. A co-author of Shaping Maths, Lee's research covers primary and secondary mathematics teaching. He is also interested in the social aspects and impact of mathematics education, such as teacher training, the teaching of thinking, and the role of the family in mathematics learning.
"... The careful presentation of relevant research alongside activities for both students and teachers makes it easy to integrate research into thinking about lesson preparation... The elaboration of learning difficulties frequently experienced by students in a given topic is particularly useful, this depth of understanding can take years to develop on one's own." --Judy Paterson, Lecturer; The University of Auckland
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Education (Asia), 2009. Condition: UsedAcceptable. book. Seller Inventory # M0071268499_4