Teaching secondary mathematics
Teaching secondary mathematics

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Conclusion

In studying the material in this free course, Teaching secondary mathematics, you will have started to think about the nature of mathematics and why it takes such a prominent position in the curriculum of all schools. You will also have considered what it means to act and be mathematical, and what that implies for how mathematics is taught. You will then have thought about how teaching mathematics can allow students access to the ideas and ways of working they will need when learning and using mathematics in their lives beyond school and the changes in practice that implies. Finally you will have thought about how mathematics can be creative and how involving students in making choices and asking questions can establish a creative classroom.

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