Using visualisation in maths teaching
Using visualisation in maths teaching

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Using visualisation in maths teaching

Acknowledgements

This course was prepared for TeachandLearn.net by Ronnie Goldstein and Alan Bloomfield. Ronnie Goldstein was formerly a lecturer in the Faculty of Educational and Language Studies at The Open University. Alan Bloomfield is Deputy Head of School of Education at Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education.

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Front cover from ‘Journal of Mathematics Teaching’, 160, September 1997. Used with the permission of Amanda MacPhail.

With the kind permission of Problem Pictures; Photos by Richard Phillips.

Various extracts of questionnaire responses collected by Brenda Stevens and Aled Williams of Oxford Brookes University.

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