Edited by Michaele F. Chappell, Jeffrey Choppin, and Jenny Salls
Those beginning their journeys as teachers of mathematics will encounter challenges both inside and outside the classroom. These volumes have been compiled to help new teachers reach their full potential as mathematics educators, thereby improving the mathematics learning of their students. The resources in these books highlight six broad categories: professional growth, curriculum and instruction, classroom-level assessment, classroom management and organization, equity, and school and community.
This book's ideas and advice from experienced educators are designed to help beginning high school teachers reach their full potential, thereby improving the mathematics learning of their students. The authors address the complex issues of classroom management, assessment, questioning, equity, and more, that high school teachers face daily with their students.