Topics in Mathematics for the Tenth Grade

Based on Teaching Practices in Waldorf Schools

Edited by Robert Neumann

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  • Covers all maths lessons blocks for Class 10 (age 15-16) in Waldorf schools
  • Offers a broad theoretical perspective as well as hands-on exercises and teaching tips
  • By experienced Waldorf maths teachers

Covers all the maths lesson blocks taught in Class 10 (age 15-16) in Waldorf schools plus many practical, hand-on exercises, hints and teaching tips.

Format:
paperback
Size:
244 x 170 mm
Publisher:
Waldorf Publications
Subject:
Steiner-Waldorf Education; Waldorf Publications
Age Range:
From 15 to 16 years
Extent:
184 pages
ISBN:
9781936367917
Publication date:
26 Jan 2017

Description

The Mathematics for the High School series has been specifically designed for maths teachers in Waldorf schools. The books offer new sources of inspiration for those who've taught maths courses many times before, as well as vital guidance and insight for those newer to maths teaching.

Each book in the series offers broad and helpful historical and background perspectives on mathematics, as well as many practical, hands-on exercises, hints and teaching tips.

This book covers all the lesson blocks taught in Class 10 (age 15-16), including:
-- sine, cosine and tangent
-- trigonometry
-- surveying
-- higher calculations
-- logarithms and logarithmic spirals
-- Pascal's triangle and related geometry
-- numerical relationships in music
-- resection method

The book offers broad and helpful historical and background perspectives on maths in Class 10, as well as many practical, hand-on exercises, hints and teaching tips.

Author

Robert Neumann was born in Berlin in 1970. He has taught in Waldorf schools in Germany for 35 years, including teacher training, and is the author and editor of many maths books.

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