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"Teaching Geometry" (focus 11/11 MT)
The study of geometry—whether taught as a stand-alone or as a series of topics integrated within other courses—develops core ideas, concepts, and habits of mind that students will need as users of mathematics and as lifelong learners. $12.95
A Guide to Mathematics Coaching: Processes for Increasing Student Achievement
"The authors provide a commonsense approach for those who work directly with classroom teachers to support and improve teaching and learning. Easily read, this book lays out a simple plan for success as a mathematics coach."
—Emily S. Rash, Mathematics Specialist
Monroe City School District, LA
"Connecting Geometry and Algebra in the Middle Grades" (focus 2/11 MTMS)
"Connecting Geometry and Algebra in the Middle Grades" (focus 2/11 MTMS) $12.95
Developing Essential Understanding of Expressions, Equations, and Functions for Teaching Mathematics in Grades 6-8
This book focuses on essential knowledge for teachers about expressions, equations, and functions. It is organized around five big ideas, supported by multiple smaller, interconnected ideas— essential understandings.Taking you beyond a simple introduction to expressions, equations, and functions, the book will broaden and deepen your mathematical understanding of one of the most challenging topics for students—and teachers. It will help you engage your students, anticipate their perplexities, avoid pitfalls, and dispel misconceptions. You will also learn to develop appropriate tasks, techniques, and tools for assessing students' understanding of the topic. $36.95
Developing Essential Understanding of Functions for Teaching Mathematics in Grades 9-12
Help your high school students develop a robust understanding of functions. $35.95
5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions
NCTM'S Best Selling Book!
Learn the 5 practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions:
Anticipating what students will do--what strategies they will use--in solving a problem
Monitoring their work as they approach the problem in class
students whose strategies are worth discussing in class
Sequencing those students' presentations to maximize their potential to increase students' learning
Connecting the strategies and ideas in a way that helps students understand the mathematics learned
Includes a Professional Development Guide.
Copublished with Corwin Press
Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics: Middle School
The ideas and advice from experienced educators can help beginning middle school teachers create an environment in which students view mathematics as useful and exciting and become prepared for more in-depth study of mathematics in high school and beyond. $32.95
Understanding RTI in Mathematics: Proven Methods and Applications
Edited by National Math Panel veteran Russell Gersten with contributions by all of the country's leading researchers on RTI and math, this cutting-edge text blends the existing evidence base with practical guidelines for RTI implementation. Current and future RTI coordinators, curriculum developers, math specialists, and department heads will get the best, most up-to-date guidance on key facets of RTI in math.
Copublished with Paul. H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Curriculum-Based Activities and Resources for Preservice Math Teachers
This book gives teacher educators a collection of strategies and activities for using Standards-based curriculum materials in mathematics teacher education. In addition, the book offers personal accounts from mathematics teacher educators about how and why they use Standards-based curriculum materials in their teacher education work, as well as reflections about how their PTs learned through engagement with curriculum materials.
This book has
More4U, which includes additional resources online. Download activities, classroom materials, and blackline masters. Look inside book for access code. $35.95
Cowboys Count, Monkeys Measure, and Princesses Problem Solve
"Powerfully affirmative to teachers who may feel less comfortable teaching math than reading . . . equally appealing to teachers who are math gurus and those who are less confident in their math skills." —Sally Moomaw, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, University of Cincinnati
Copublished with Paul H. Brookes Publishing