Mathematics - Analysis and Approaches

Author: Marlene Torres Skoumal

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 832

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Featuring a wealth of digital content, this concept-based Print and Enhanced Online Course Book Pack has been developed in cooperation with the IB to provide the most comprehensive support for the new DP Mathematics: analysis and approaches HL syllabus, for first teaching in September 2019.

Statistics for Higher Mathematics

Author: Ralph Riddiough

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 154

View: 223

Full coverage of the Statistics unit is provided in a separate book which covers everything your students need for this option.

Higher Engineering Mathematics, 7th ed

Author: John Bird

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 896

View: 505

A practical introduction to the core mathematics principles required at higher engineering level John Bird’s approach to mathematics, based on numerous worked examples and interactive problems, is ideal for vocational students that require an advanced textbook. Theory is kept to a minimum, with the emphasis firmly placed on problem-solving skills, making this a thoroughly practical introduction to the advanced mathematics engineering that students need to master. The extensive and thorough topic coverage makes this an ideal text for upper level vocational courses. Now in its seventh edition, Engineering Mathematics has helped thousands of students to succeed in their exams. The new edition includes a section at the start of each chapter to explain why the content is important and how it relates to real life. It is also supported by a fully updated companion website with resources for both students and lecturers. It has full solutions to all 1900 further questions contained in the 269 practice exercises.

Higher Engineering Mathematics

Author: John Bird

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 906

View: 242

Now in its eighth edition, Higher Engineering Mathematics has helped thousands of students succeed in their exams. Theory is kept to a minimum, with the emphasis firmly placed on problem-solving skills, making this a thoroughly practical introduction to the advanced engineering mathematics that students need to master. The extensive and thorough topic coverage makes this an ideal text for upper-level vocational courses and for undergraduate degree courses. It is also supported by a fully updated companion website with resources for both students and lecturers. It has full solutions to all 2,000 further questions contained in the 277 practice exercises.

Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School

A companion to school experience

Author: Sue Johnston-Wilder

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Category: Education

Page: 318

View: 145

Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School combines theory and practice to present a broad introduction to the opportunities and challenges of teaching mathematics in the secondary school classroom. This fourth edition has been fully updated to reflect the latest changes to the curriculum and research in the field, taking into account key developments in teacher training and education, including examinations and assessment. Written specifically with the new and student teacher in mind, the book covers a wide range of issues related to the teaching of mathematics, such as: why we teach mathematics the place of mathematics in the National Curriculum planning, teaching and assessing for mathematics learning how to communicate mathematically using digital technology to advance mathematical learning working with students with special educational needs post-16 teaching the importance of professional development the affective dimension when learning mathematics, including motivation, confidence and resilience Already a major text for many university teaching courses, this revised edition features a glossary of useful terms and carefully designed tasks to prompt critical reflection and support thinking and writing up to Masters Level. Issues of professional development are also examined, as well as a range of teaching approaches and styles from whole-class strategies to personalised learning, helping you to make the most of school experience, during your training and beyond. Designed for use as a core textbook, Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School provides essential guidance and advice for all those who aspire to be effective mathematics teachers.

Essential Maths

For Business and Management

Author: Clare Morris

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

View: 851

Assuming no prior mathematical knowledge, this approachable and straightforward text covers the essential mathematical skills needed by business and management students at undergraduate and MBA level. Clare Morris uses a clear and informal narrative style with examples, painlessly leading the reader through fundamental mathematical principles. Also available is a companion website with extra features to accompany the text, please take a look by clicking below - http://www.palgrave.com/business/morris/index.html

An Introduction to SAGE Programming

With Applications to SAGE Interacts for Numerical Methods

Author: Razvan A. Mezei

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 256

View: 273

"An Introduction to SAGE Programming: With Applications to SAGE Interacts for Numerical Methods emphasizes how to implement numerical methods using SAGE Math and SAGE Interacts and also addresses the fundamentals of computer programming, including if statements, loops, functions, and interacts"--

Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors

A Guide to Intervention and Classroom Management

Author: Nancy Mather

Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 397

View: 529

Mather and Goldstein identify ten building blocks important to learning success, divided into three levels: the foundational level, the symbolic level, and the conceptual level.

Mathematics and Science for Exercise and Sport

The Basics

Author: Craig Williams

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 232

View: 217

Mathematics and Science for Sport and Exercise introduces students to the basic mathematical and scientific principles underpinning sport and exercise science. It is an invaluable course companion for students who have little prior experience of maths or science, and an ideal revision aid for higher level undergraduate students. The book explains the basic scientific principles that help us to understand sport, exercise and human movement, using a wide range of well-illustrated practical examples. Written by three leading sport scientists with many years experience teaching introductory courses, the book guides beginning students through those difficult to grasp areas of basic maths and science, and identifies the common problems and misconceptions that students often experience. It includes coverage of key areas such as: science of physical states – gas, liquid and solid science of biomechanics, motion and energy mathematical formulae, calculus, and differential equations statistics scientific report writing key concepts such as pressure, torque and velocity self-test features and highlighted key points throughout each chapter. Fully referenced, with guides to further reading, this book is an essential companion for all students on foundation or undergraduate level courses in sport and exercise science, kinesiology, and the human movement sciences.