By David Clemson
This truly written publication from famous and renowned authors, appears to be like at how kids examine, and discusses the right way to deal with, verify and assessment maths within the university and lecture room.
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Some pre-school children can even control the movements of a computer-driven Turtle robot by sending it simple mathematical commands . . within their limits (children) appear to be competent users of number. ’ (Hughes 1986: 168). If we accept that children entering school already have years of mathematics experiences behind them it is then necessary to amass the kinds of experiences these might be in order to harness them for children’s future learning. We can also begin with the children’s own interests.
Added to this we can look at the application of mathematical learning in ‘real life’, for example in the development of bar codes, the construction of buildings, and the calculation of interest on investments in building societies or banks. Mathematics 40 T he s ubje c t ma th e ma ti c s allows us to formulate models as well as check designs and measure physical processes and phenomena. Mathematics is a logical activity and lies at the heart of technological and scientific developments. Mathematics also offers a means to explore natural phenomena such as the growth of plants and the characteristics of the atom.
It was pointed out in the Plowden Report (CACE: 1967) that parental interest has a big effect on achievement and that the level of interest depends on how much parents know about school. Clearly informing parents can result in mathematical gains for their children. We believe teachers can support parents in continuing to help their children’s mathematics in two ways. The first of these is by letting parents know that ordinary everyday life presents plenty of mathematical opportunity. We suspect that because adults’ memories of their own early schooling can be hazy, they focus on the fairly constant characteristics of schooling as a whole.