Regular Posts Tagged ‘Secondary’
6 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Making connections between procedures 0

Scenario: Lucy teaching trigonometric ratios Country: UK Grade (student age): Year 10 (age 14-15) Contributed by: Anne Thwaites, University of Cambridge, UK Context – national, curricular, professional, other The National Curriculum for mathematics in England introduces trigonometric relationships in Key Stage 4 (years 10 and 11, pupil age 14-16). Lucy was reviewing the idea of […]

6 years, 2 months ago Posted in: Responding to students' ideas 0

Scenario: Heidi revising percentages Country: UK Grade (student age): Year 8 (age 12-13) Contributed by: Anne Thwaites, University of Cambridge, UK Context – national, curricular, professional, other The National Curriculum for mathematics in England includes work on fractions, decimals and percentages in Key Stage 3 (years 7-9, pupil age 11-14). Heidi was revising the four […]

6 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Choice of representations 0

Scenario: Umay teaches the limit concept Country: Turkey Grade (student age): K 12 (age 17-18) Contributed by: Semiha KULA, Esra BUKOVA GÜZEL, University of Dokuz Eylül, Turkey Context – national, curricular, professional, other Secondary school lasts four years in Turkey, between the ages 15 and 18. According to the national secondary school mathematics curriculum, the […]

6 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Overt display of subject knowledge 0

Scenario: Lucy teaching trigonometric ratios Country: UK Grade (student age): Year 10 (age 14-15) Contributed by: Anne Thwaites, University of Cambridge, UK Context – national, curricular, professional, other The National Curriculum for mathematics in England introduces trigonometric relationships in Key Stage 4 (years 10 and 11, pupil age 14-16). Lucy was reviewing the idea of […]

Scenario: John teaching properties of 3-D shapes Country: UK Grade (student age): Year 9 (age 13-14) Contributed by: Anne Thwaites, University of Cambridge, UK Context – national, curricular, professional, other The National Curriculum for mathematics in England includes solutions of quadratic equations in Key Stage 4 (years 10-11, pupil age 14-16). These pupils were near […]