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The Elementary Mathematics Specialist’s Handbook
An influential new member joins the elementary school team…
In this handbook—
Vignettes flesh out the elementary mathematics specialist’s many responsibilities.
Experienced specialists offer tips on gaining teachers’ trust—and access to their classrooms.
Special guidance highlights effective collaboration between the principal and the specialist.
“Developing and Empowering Teacher Leaders” (focus 10/13 TCM)
October 2013 Focus Issue: Developing and Empowering Teacher Leaders
Are you a teacher leader? Whether you describe yourself as a math coach, math specialist, mentor, or the classroom teacher to whom everyone turns for support—you are a teacher leader. A mathematics teacher leader wears many hats: mentor, data analyst, instructional collaborator, content and process facilitator, researcher, resource provider, observer, teacher, learner, and student. The Editorial Panel of Teaching Children Mathematics is interested in manuscripts that examine ways to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics through empowering teacher leaders.
Putting Essential Understanding of Multiplication and Division into Practice in Grades 3-5
Do your students believe that division "doesn't make sense" if the divisor is greater than the dividend?
Explore rich, researched-based strategies and tasks that show how students are reasoning about and making sense of mulitplication and division.
Implementing the Common Core State Standards through Mathematical Problem Solving: High School
Connect the process of problem solving with the content of the Common Core. The first of a series, this book will help mathematics educators illuminate a crucial link between problem solving and the Common Core State Standards. $24.95
"Beginning Algebra: Teaching Key Concepts" (focus 11/13 MT)
November 2013 Focus Issue: Beginning Algebra: Teaching Key Concepts
How can all students learn the key concepts of beginning algebra? Through the study of algebra, students learn to think abstractly, apply various representations, communicate mathematically, and develop the habits of mind that are needed to use mathematics and become lifelong learners. Whether taught within a first-year algebra or an integrated course, algebraic concepts form a core of mathematical knowledge that students need for future success. The Editorial Panel of Mathematics Teacher solicits manuscripts that examine ways to teach the key mathematical concepts students must learn in a beginning algebra course.
I Love Math Pencils (package of 10)
A great reward for classroom performance, you'll get the point across with these classic No. 2 pencils. $5.00
Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work, High School
How do you help your students demonstrate mathematical proficiency toward the learning expectations of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)?
This teacher guide illustrates how to sustain successful implementation of the CCSS for mathematics for high school. Discover what students should learn and how they should learn it, including deep support for the Mathematical Modeling conceptual category of the CCSS. Comprehensive and research-affirmed analysis tools and strategies will help you and your collaborative team develop and assess student demonstrations of deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. You’ll also learn how fundamental shifts in collaboration, instruction, curriculum, assessment, and intervention can increase college and career readiness in every one of your students. Extensive tools to implement a successful and coherent formative assessment and RTI response are included.
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Developing Essential Understanding of Geometry for Teaching Mathematics in Grades 9-12
This book focuses on essential knowledge for teachers about geometry. It is organized around four big ideas, supported by multiple smaller, interconnected ideas--essential understandings.
Developing Essential Understanding of Ratios, Proportions, and Proportional Reasoning for Teaching Mathematics: Grades 6-8
Move beyond the mathematics you expect your students to learn. $32.95
Models of Intervention in Mathematics: Reweaving the Tapestry
Explore successful models of intervention. No Child Left Behind has set the high expectation that every child meet grade level expectations. This publication synthesizes the research on intervention programs and best practices related to mathematical instructional pedagogy and differentiation to assist teachers, schools, and school districts in improving the manner in which they serve children with challenges in mathematics. $35.95