Rediscovering Mathematics for the Caribbean: Grade 1

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Rediscovering Mathematics for the Caribbean: Grade One, is the third of a comprehensive series of eight textbooks which covers the requirements of the Mathematics syllabuses for Primary Schools in the Caribbean. The text provides a firm foundation in Mathematics for primary school pupils utilizing a learner-centred approach.

 

Some Key Features:

  •   Basic numeracy skills are emphasized and topics are carefully introduced.
  •   Numerals, exercises and illustrations provide pupils with a lot of practice, thereby enhancing their understanding of mathematical concepts.
  •   Concepts are expressed in simple, clear and easy to understand language that is appropriate to the grade level and subject.
  •   Meaningful connections are made to real life situations.

 

Other features include activities that provide opportunities for students to engage in critical thinking and problem solving, and students are required to perform tasks that extend and reinforce knowledge and skills learnt. The language used throughout the series is simple and straightforward and pupils and teachers should find the learning and teaching experience fun and quite enjoyable.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Adrian Mandara, experienced educator, international author, motivational speaker, and business administration consultant has worked internationally for over forty years in his areas of specialization.

He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration, emphasis in Marketing and Human Resource Development from Century University, Masters of Arts in Science and Comparative Education, Master of Science in Teaching and Curriculum and the Bachelor of Science in Education. His Graduate teaching was done at Bowling Green State University in the U.S.A. and at the University of Newcastle in England.

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 in

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