SECTION A: MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING Chapter 1: Primary Teachers' Insecurity about Mathematics Chapter 2: Mathematics in the Primary Curriculum Chapter 3: Learning how to Learn Mathematics SECTION B: MATHEMATICAL REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING Chapter 4: Key Processes in Mathematical Reasoning Chapter 5: Modelling and Problem Solving SECTION C: NUMBERS AND CALCULATIONS Chapter 6: Numbers and Place Value Chapter 7: Addition and Subtraction Structures Chapter 8: Mental Strategies for Addition and Subtraction Chapter 9: Written Methods for Addition and Subtraction Chapter 10: Multiplication and Division Structures Chapter 11: Mental Strategies for Multiplication and Division Chapter 12: Written Methods for Multiplication and Division SECTION D: FURTHER NUMBER CONCEPTS AND SKILLS Chapter 13: Natural Numbers: Some Key Concepts Chapter 14: Integers: Positive and Negative Chapter 15: Fractions and Ratios Chapter 16: Decimal Numbers and Rounding Chapter 17: Calculations with Decimals Chapter 18: Proportionality and Percentages SECTION E: ALGEBRA Chapter 19.: Algebraic Reasoning Chapter 20: Coordinates and Linear Relationships SECTION F: MEASUREMENT Chapter 21: Concepts and Principles of Measurement Chapter 22: Perimeter, Area and Volume SECTION G: GEOMETRY Chapter 23: Angle Chapter 24: Transformations and Symmetry Chapter 25: Classifying Shapes SECTION H: STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY Chapter 26: Handling Data Chapter 27: Comparing Sets of Data Chapter 28: Probability
Derek Haylock is an education writer, with an extensive list of publications in the field of mathematics education. He worked for over 30 years in teacher education, both initial and in-service, and was Co-Director of Primary Initial Teacher Training and responsible for the mathematics components of the primary programmes at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich. He has considerable practical experience of teaching and researching in primary classrooms. His work in mathematics education has taken him to Germany, Belgium, Lesotho, Kenya, Brunei, India and Sweden. As well as his publications in the field of education, he has written seven books of Christian drama for young people and a Christmas musical (published by Church House/National Society). For 15 years after his time at UEA, he was in great demand as a consultant and professional speaker. His work as a writer continues. Ralph Manning is an independent consultant in primary education. He has worked as a primary teacher and as a lecturer in primary teacher education for 18 years, following an earlier career in the IT industry. Ralph led the mathematics and physical education programmes for the Primary PGCE at the University of East Anglia until 2013. His other specific interests are in developing children's higher thinking skills, assessment for learning and planning for teaching effectively. He was a former founding member of the General Teaching Council for England and is engaged in supporting developing education projects in India.