This sixth volume, in the series of yearbooks by the Association of Mathematics Educators in Singapore, entitled Learning Experiences to Promote Mathematics Learning is unique in that it focuses on a single theme in mathematics education. The objective is for teachers and researchers to advance the learning of mathematics through meaningful experiences.Several renowned international and Singapore scholars have published their work in this volume. The fourteen chapters of the book illustrate evidence-based practices that school teachers and researchers can experiment with in their own classrooms to bring about meaningful learning outcomes. Three broad themes, namely fundamentals for active and motivated learning, learning experiences for developing mathematical processes, and use of ICT tools for learning through visualizations, simulations and representations, shape the ideas in these chapters. The book makes a significant contribution towards the learning of mathematics. It is a good resource for mathematics teachers, educators and research students.Contents:It Matters How Students Learn Mathematics (Berinderjeet KAUR)M_Crest: A Framework of Motivation to Learn Mathematics (WONG Khoon Yoong)Designing Learning Experiences for Effective Instruction in Secondary Mathematics (TOH Tin Lam)Providing Students' Authentic Learning Experience Through 3D Printing Technology (Oh Nam KWON, Jee Hyun PARK and Jung Sook PARK)What Do Teachers Need to Know to Teach Secondary Mathematics (Kim BESWICK)Defining, Extending, and Creating: Key Experiences in Mathematics (Yoshinori SHIMIZU)Teaching for Abstraction through Mathematical Learning Experiences (CHENG Lu Pien)Making Sense of Number Sense: Creating Learning Experiences for Primary Pupils to Develop Their Number Sense (YEO Kai Kow Joseph)Learning Experiences Designed to Develop Algebraic Thinking: Lessons From the ICCAMS Project in England (Jeremy HODGEN, Dietmar KÜCHEMANN and Margaret BROWN)Learning Experiences Designed to Develop Multiplicative Reasoning; Using Models to Foster Learners' Understanding (Margaret BROWN, Jeremy HODGEN and Dietmar KÜCHEMANN)Learning Mathematical Induction Through Experiencing Authentic Problem Solving (TAY Eng Guan and TOH Pee Choon)Scaffolding and Constructing New Problems for Teaching Mathematical Proofs in the A-Levels (ZHAO Dongsheng)Learning Number in the Primary School Through ICT (Barry KISSANE)Learning Algebra and Geometry Through ICT (Marian KEMP)Readership: Graduate students, researchers, practitioners and teachers in mathematics.