Maths Makes Sense: Toolkit by Richard DunneMaths Makes Sense: Toolkit by Richard Dunne

Maths Makes Sense: Toolkit

byRichard Dunne, Carrie Dunne

Hardcover | July 6, 2009

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The Maths Makes Sense Toolkit contains all the core resources to teach Maths Makes Sense. It provides all the concrete objects you need to start teaching Maths Makes Sense, a proven whole-school maths programme which gives all your children the tools to become mathematicians for life. Maths Makes Sense has a unique learning system which makes maths concrete to children by using carefully developed visual, auditory and kinaesthetic techniques supported by physical objects such as cups, sticks and cards in a rigorous and consistent way throughout primary school.Maths Makes Sense is fully supported by an inspiring training programme which enables teachers to learn the system - both taster days and whole-school training are available.Toolkit includes: Pupil cups, Pupil Math Tables, Table Cards, Place Value Cards, Teacher Cards, 0-99 Number Grid, Ratio Sticks, Decimetre Sticks, and Percentage Disc and Angle Templates.
Richard Dunne is an inspirational speaker. Known nationally and internationally as a maths expert and a leading researcher on maths teaching, he has devoted his professional life to creating this highly successful new system for teaching maths. Carrie Dunne is an ex teacher and ex OFSTED inspector.
Title:Maths Makes Sense: ToolkitFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1 pages, 20.59 × 14.41 × 1.93 inPublished:July 6, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198362439

ISBN - 13:9780198362432


Editorial Reviews

"Maths Makes Sensea is an inspirational way of teaching maths. Inspirational for so many reasons: the strong methodology which ensures every child learns and understands maths; the high level of training and practical support for teachers from the materials; the way even very complex maths ismade simple and effortless to children - it has been one of the best decisions I ever made. It's quite literally what the title says. It is a way of making complex maths make sense. It is about high expectations and every child being a successful mathematician. Following the training we now knowthat 'complex' mathematical ideas can be made concrete and understandable to very young children." l--iGreg Wallace, Headteacher, Woodbury Down Community Primary School, Hackney, London