Other Resources
This page hosts links to other miscellaneous maths related resources and news.
 Articles for teachers in professional teacher publications (e.g. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, The Teacher etc)
 Core Numeracy Readings
Articles for teachers
Articles on maths concepts, games, events that are relevant for teachers. Most recent first
Stott, D. (2016). Using arrays for conceptual understanding of multiplication and division. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 20, 3–6. doi:10.1017/CBO9781107415324.004
Graven, M. (2015). Reluctant to think for herself. The Teacher, p. 2015. Johannesburg.
Stott, D., Maritz, A., & Williams, S. (2016). Family maths events in Grahamstown afterschool programmes  A community approach. In S. A. Paphits & D. Hornby (Eds.), Rhodes University Community Engaged Learning Symposium (pp. 55–56). Grahamstown, South Africa: Rhodes University. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4451.9284
Graven, Stott  2015  Families enjoying Maths togetherorganising a family Maths event Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 19, 3–6.
Stott, D. (2014). MCR  Ive got it  multiplication card game. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, (17), 3–6.
Graven, M., & Stott, D. (2014, January). Engaging families in maths. theTeacher, pp. 6 & 8. Johannesburg.
Graven, M. & Schäfer, M., (2013). Interview with a Mathematics Doodler – Dr Sizwe Mabizela, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Rhodes University. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, (14), pp.3–4.
Graven, M. & Venkatakrishnan, H., 2013. ANAs: ANAs Possibilities and Constraints for Mathematical Learning. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, (14), pp.12–16.
Stott, D., 2013. StompTapClapSnap: A game for promoting conceptual place value and listening skills. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 15, pp.31–32.
Stott, D., 2013. Make It Count Series. Grocotts Mail.
Stott, D., 2013.A Quick Tool for Tracking Procedural Fluency Progress in Grade 2, 3 and 4 Learners. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, (14), pp.36–39.
Stott, D., 2013. Number Line Image Generator – A Website Review. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, (14), pp.22–25.
Graven, M., & Stott, D. (2012). Fun with Maths Series. Grocotts Mail. Grahamstown.
Graven, M., Stott, D. (2011). Exploring Online Numeracy Games for Primary Learners: Sharing Experiences of a Scifest Africa Workshop. A Journal of AMESA, August 2011. 10  16
Graven  2011c. Mathematical learning opportunities for young learners with touch screen technology. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 9(January), 43–45.
Graven  2011a. Review of the newly launched website www.MathsEdge.org.za. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 9(January), 8–10.
Venkat et al.  2009 “Reasoning and Reflecting” in Mathematical Literacy. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 7(July), 47–53.
Buytenhuys, Graven, Venkatakrishnan  2007. Mathematical Literacy  a Lifeline for Many. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 5(November), 31–35.
Core Numeracy Readings
We are often asked to recommend core readings for numeracy and mathematics. Here are some that form key frameworks for our research and development work. If the reading is freely available there is a link to download it.
Accounting for accounts of learning mathematics: Reading the ZPD in videos and transcripts
Reading  Citation 
Stephen Lerman: 
Lerman, S. (2000). The social turn in mathematics education research. In J. Boaler (Ed.), Multiple Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics (pp. 19–44). Ablex. 
Stephen Lerman: Accounting for accounts of learning mathematics: Reading the ZPD in videos and transcripts 
Lerman, S. (2001). Accounting for accounts of learning mathematics: Reading the ZPD in videos and transcripts. In D. Clarke (Ed.), Perspectives on Practice and Meaning in Mathematics and Science Classrooms (pp. 1–19). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 
Stephen Lerman: Zones of Proximal Development as fields for communication and dialogue 
Meira, L., & Lerman, S. (2009). Zones of Proximal Development as fields for communication and dialogue. In C. Lightfoot & M. C. D. P. Lyra (Eds.), Challenges and Strategies for Studying Human Development in Cultural Contexts (pp. 199–219). Rome: Firera Publishing. 
Jeremy Kilpatrick and colleagues: Adding It Up (Report) 
Kilpatrick, J., Swafford, J. & Findell, B., 2001. Adding It Up: Helping Children Learn Mathematics, Washington DC: National Academy Press. 
Mike Askew and colleagues: Effective Teachers of Numeracy (Report) 
Askew, M. et al., 1997. Effective teachers of numeracy, London: London: King’s College/TTA. 
Mike Askew: Mediating learning number bonds through a Vygotskian lens of scientific concepts (Journal Article) 
Askew, M., 2013. Mediating learning number bonds through a Vygotskian lens of scientific concepts. South African Journal of Childhood Education, 3(2), pp.1–20. 
Mike Askew: Transforming Primary Mathematics (Book) 
Askew, M., 2012. Transforming Primary Mathematics, Abingdon: Routledge. 
Bob Wright: Assessing early numeracy: Significance, trends, nomenclature, context, key topics, learning framework and assessment tasks 
Wright, R.J., 2013. Assessing early numeracy: Significance, trends, nomenclature, context, key topics, learning framework and assessment tasks. South African Journal of Childhood Education, 3(2), pp.21–40. 
Sherry Parrish: Number Talks Build Numerical Reasoning (Teacher Article) 
Parrish, S., 2011. Number Talks Build Numerical Reasoning. Teaching Children Mathematics, 18(October), pp.198–206. Available at: http://www.mathsolutions.com/documents/NumberTalks_SParrish.pdf. 
10frames reading)  Adapted from various sources listed in the article 
Jo Boaler: The Elephant in the Classroom: Helping Children Learn and Love Maths (Book) 
Boaler, J., 2010. The Elephant in the Classroom: Helping Children Learn and Love Maths, Souvenir Press Ltd. 
Brahm Fleisch: 
Fleisch, B., 2008. Primary education in crisis: Why South African schoolchildren underachieve in reading and mathematics, Johannesburg: Juta. 
South African Mathematics Curriculum Documents:

Department of Basic Education, 2011. Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement Grades 13: Mathematics, Pretoria: Department of Basic Education, South Africa. Department of Basic Education, 2011. Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement Grades 46: Mathematics, Pretoria: Department of Basic Education, South Africa. 
Eric Schollar: 
Schollar, E., 2008. Final Report: Short Version The Primary Mathematics Research Project 20042007  Towards eveidencebased educational development in South Africa, Johannesburg. 
Vijay Reddy: Mathematics and science achievement at South African schools in TIMSS 2003 (Book) 
Reddy, V.B., 2006. Mathematics and science achievement at South African schools in TIMSS 2003, Cape Town: HSRC Press. 
Other mathematics and numeracy readings are listed in this Maths and numeracy readings PDF.  Last updated: 22nd November 2013 
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