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Uncomplicating Fractions to Meet Common Core Standards in Math, K-7
This accessible book provides math teachers with support for differentiated instruction. Math coaches can use it to assist teachers with their transition to the Common Core State Standards. All teachers will find it helpful to see the mathematical fraction learning that precedes and follows the grades that they teach. It is also an excellent text for preservice teachers as they prepare themselves and their students to understand and teach math with a deep level of understanding.
Copublished with Teachers College Press
"The Value of Why" (focus 10/11 TCM )
Mathematical reasoning begins with questions rather than answers. The 2011 Focus Issue highlights the innovators who foster children’s natural curiosity as a key mechanism for teaching and learning math. $12.95
"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
Teaching Mathematics through Problem Solving: Grades 6–12
This volume and its companion for prekindergarten through grade 6 furnish
the coherence and direction that teachers need to use problem solving to teach
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
Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics: High School
Designed to help beginning high school teachers reach their full
potential, thereby improving the mathematics learning of their
"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
"Beginning Algebra: Teaching Key Concepts" (focus 11/13 MT)
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.
Defining Mathematics Education – Presidential Yearbook Selections 1926-2012
The 75th Anniversary Yearbook: Celebrating a Valued Tradition of Defining Mathematics Education
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.