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Understanding mathematics, with visual aids.

L. A. Kenna

Understanding mathematics, with visual aids.

by L. A. Kenna

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Published by Littlefield, Adams in Paterson, N.J .
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    Subjects:
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- Audio-visual aids.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe New Littlefield college outlines,, no. 76
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA11 .K48
    The Physical Object
    Pagination174 p.
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5829139M
    LC Control Number61017791
    OCLC/WorldCa1512928

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How do you do that with math. This book effectively shows you how. A must have for math teachers grades three through /5(8). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kenna, L.A. Understanding mathematics, with visual aids. Paterson, N.J. Littlefield, Adams, (OCoLC) In each of the three Visual Mathematics courses, students explore topics including geometry, measurement, algebra, probability, statistics, numeration, number theory, operations, and estimation.

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Visual aids are useful for students who require visuals to conceptualize content. developing teachers’ use of visual representations for mathematics in the primary classroom.

The sessions drew on the research on how we can use visual representations in the classroom, specifically looking at representations of multiplication and fractions.

Coordinators taking part in the project attended three one-day sessions. Educators Thomas Rowan and Barbara Bourne wrote in Thinking Like Mathematicians: “Research has shown that Visual Learning is especially appropriate to the attainment of mathematics skills.”[1] Since the publication of this book, evidence has continued to grow in support of the use of visual learning strategies in the teaching of mathematics.Visual aids comprise a wide variety of items, handouts, slides, moving pictures, posters, models, objects, and many others.

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