2 edition of teaching of arithmetic through four hundred years (1535-1935) found in the catalog.
teaching of arithmetic through four hundred years (1535-1935)
Florence A. Yeldham
|Statement||by Florence A. Yeldham ...|
|LC Classifications||QA135 .Y4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142,  p.|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||37002409|
Ray's Math Series. A Complete K math curriculum, from counting to calculus. The Ray's math series begins at a preliterate level with counting; then takes the child through addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and so upward until calculus, teaching concepts with thorough explanations followed by ample problem sets. Support mathematical understanding in your instructional program through this rich collection of easy-to-use teaching resources. Each book focuses on a specific arithmetic topic and offers a series of classroom-tested lessons addressing the three important aspects of arithmetic instruction--computation, number sense, and problem solving/5(2).
This series of books aims to give the child the ability to compute easily and accurately, and to enable him to interpret and solve the quantitative situations which he will meet in everyday life. In the achievement of this aim, these books incorporate the most valuable findings of modern experimentations in the teaching of arithmetic, including the results of important researches conducted by /5(6). Cocker's Arithmetick, also known by its full title "Cocker's Arithmetick: Being a Plain and Familiar Method Suitable to the Meanest Capacity for the Full Understanding of That Incomparable Art, As It Is Now Taught by the Ablest School-Masters in City and Country", is a grammar school mathematics textbook written by Edward Cocker (–) and published posthumously by John Hawkins in Author: Edward Cocker.
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THE TEACHING OF ARITHMETIC IN ENGLAND from until as Influenced by Social Change Legendre) was developed with great rapid ity in competition with K. Jacobi. Two of. Get this from a library. The teaching of arithmetic through four hundred years ().
[Florence A Yeldham]. Yeldham's Teaching Arithmetic through Four Hundred Years, an ex-ample of the historical method of re-search, describes the long and gradual development of methods and practices (18).
This historical survey has proved useful. It gives teachers considerable confidence in what they advocate in the teaching of arithmetic; it provides a background against which current.
This book, with its excellent snappy title, was written in in the form of "a dialogue betweene the master and the scholar; teaching the art and use of arithmetic with pen". This book remained popular for well over a hundred years, during which time a number of other arithmetic texts were published including works by Baker, Wingate and Oughtred.
The Teaching of Arithmetic I: The Story of an experiment. L.P. Benezet, Superintendent of Schools, Manchester, New Hampshire Originally published in theJournal of the National Education Association, Vol Number 8, Novemberpp.
In the spring of the late Frank D. Boynton, superintendent of schools at Ithaca, New York, and president of the Department of Superintendence.
The chapters deal with the research on, and conceptual analysis of, specific arithmetic topics (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, and fractions) or with overarching themes that pervade the early curriculum and constitute the links with the more advanced topics of mathematics (intuition, number sense, and estimation).
[Bibliography]. First international bibliography on the history of teaching and learning ed for TSG 29 at I by Gert Schubring, in cooperation with the other TSG team members Yasuhiro Sekiguchi, Hélène Gispert, Hans Christian Harmsen, and Herbert Bhekumusa by: 1.
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Arithmetic is the basic topic of mathematics. According to the American Heritage Dictionary , it concerns “The mathematics of integers under addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, involution, and evolution.” The present text differs from other treatments of arithmetic in several respects:File Size: KB.
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Consider including some. Part 2 introduces the reader into principles of good teaching. Part 3 is an easy going, informal guide, filled with personal stories, historical anecdotes and teaching suggestions, addressing all twists and turns of basic arithmetic taught in grades 1 through 6.
To a mathematics educator, the book sends two important messages/5(13). This is the introductory page to the how to teach a person number, arithmetic, mathematics suite of pages, for guiding those teaching first learners basic arithmetic concepts and skills. It is part of the series of documents about fundamental education at Yeldham, F, The teaching of arithmetic through four hundred years, London: George Harrap, Volume 22 ().
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