Algebra for Everyone

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Algebra for Everyone - Activities to help students to tackle algebra with confidence

ALGEBRA FOR EVERYONE – 2 TITLES IN SERIES

Algebra needs to be taught well if all students are to gain the solid foundation they need to work confidently with this fundamental curriculum strand and to progress with the mathematics curriculum more broadly. Based on a wealth of insight and teaching experience, Algebra for Everyone has been created to provide the informed, practical support both teachers and students need to get algebra learning off to a strong start. Concepts are presented in a variety of ways to help students build their understanding and to gain extensive practice without it feeling repetitive. Interactivity is another effective feature as students work with each other to strengthen their understanding of the main algebraic techniques.

CONTENTS:

- provides numerous activities that offer variety in their level of challenge and their approach to core algebra topics

- emphasises getting students interacting with each other and switched on to algebra

- covers a comprehensive range of algebra topics to build the understanding and confidence students need to deal with this strand of the curriculum

- includes answers to activities, which can be used for self-marking

With its engaging, accessible activities designed to inspire confidence in learning, this series makes a strong case for the idea that, really, algebra can be for everyone!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Vaneeta Manners has over 12 years’ experience in secondary mathematics education. During her career to date, she has taught in Australia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and Switzerland, and her work has included teaching the international baccalaureate syllabus. She is passionate about making mathematics accessible to all students, particularly those who struggle with the subject. Vaneeta enjoys developing classroom resources and activities that engage, motivate and challenge students. She currently works in New South Wales, Australia as an assistant head of mathematics.