Lesson ideas and activities for teaching decimals
AuthorCondon, Caroline; Archer, Shona; STACEY, KAYE; STEINLE, VICKI; Scott, Nick; Helme, Sue; Sullivan, Gerard; Tromp, Calvin
PublisherDepartment of Science and Mathematics Education
University of Melbourne Author/sARCHER, SHONA; CONDON, CAROLINE; Stacey, Kaye; HELME, SUSAN; Steinle, Vicki; TROMP, CALVIN JOHN
AffiliationFaculty of Education, Education
Science and Mathematics Education
CitationsCondon, C. Archer, S. Stacey, K. Steinle, V. Scott, N. Helme, S. Sullivan, G. & Tromp, C. (2006). Lesson ideas and activities for teaching decimals. Department of Science and Mathematics Education: Department of Science and Mathematics Education.
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The Department of Science and Mathematics Education has produced this booklet to assist teachers with students learning to work confidently with decimal numbers. It contains many classroom activities that will motivate and engage students making the teaching and learning of decimals both enjoyable and effective.
Keywordsdecimals; teaching; learning; classroom
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