The Mathematics Curriculum: Geometry
This Mathematics Curriculum book, first published in 1977, put the teaching of geometry in the historical context of the time. In particular, the author sets out to show that the introduction of modern transformation geometry does not rule out the teaching of the more traditional Euclidean-type proofs, and indicates some of the many fruitful points of contact between the two areas. The aims and objectives of teaching geometry are covered, such as drawing, transformations and the real world. The resources available to teachers at the time were reviewed to help them make the right choices for their students.
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