Product   Description  List Price  
Achieving Fluency: Special Education and Mathematics 
 "Is it a learning disability or a teaching disability?"
Achieving Fluency presents the understandings that all teachers need to play a role in the education of students who struggle: those with disabilities and those who simply lack essential foundational knowledge. This book serves teachers and supervisors by sharing increasingly intensive instructional interventions for struggling students on essential topics aligned with NCTM's Curriculum Focal Points, the new Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, and the practices and processes that overlap the content. These approaches are useful for both overcoming ineffective approaches and implementing preventive approaches.
 $36.95 

Mathematics Curriculum: Issues,Trends, and Future Direction, 72nd Yearbook (2010) 
 Mathematics curriculum remains a central issue in efforts to improve mathematics learning opportunities for students. NCTM's 72nd Yearbook takes a look at the advancements that have been made as well as the challenges that remain.  $58.95 

Motivation Matters and Interest Counts: Fostering Engagement in Mathematics 
 Why do smart people disengage from mathematical pursuits… and how can we reverse the trend?
This book is designed to be the goto source for information on mathematical motivation. It presents the full body of research on motivation in a useful, interesting, and provocative matter.
All students are motivated, and as teachers, we need to understand in what ways they are motivated, and for what purposes. In doing so, we can design or utilize strategies based on solid empirical research to engage students more, and help them learn more as a result.
 $39.95 

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 dowhat strategies they will usein solving a problem
Monitoring their work as they approach the problem in class
Selecting
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
 $29.95 

Understanding Geometry for a Changing World, 71st Yearbook (2009) 

Examines expanding visions of geometry, the latest thinking about the
development of students' geometric learning, and new perspectives on effective
practices for teaching geometry.
 $58.95 

Professional Collaborations in Mathematics Teaching and Learning: Seeking Success for All 74th Yearbook (2012) 
 Encourage learning and engage teachers with effective professional collaboration.  $58.95 

Disrupting Tradition: Research and Practice Pathways in Mathematics Education 
 What happens when you form partnerships among researchers and mathematics education professionals?
This book offers insights into, and examples of, the role that research plays in supporting and improving school mathematics while raising valuable questions for the education community. What forms have research and practice activities taken? What lessons have been learned from collaborations? This volume examines both of these questions to illustrate where strategic partnerships have linked research findings to the design of practice and programmatic endeavors, and to generate evidence to guide both educational decision making and routine modifications related to school mathematics.  $31.95 

Focus in High School Mathematics: Fostering Reasoning and Sense Making for All Students 
 Focus in High School Mathematics: Fostering Reasoning and Sense Making for All Students
 $29.95 

Algebra and Algebraic Thinking in School Mathematics, 70th Yearbook (2008) 
 Algebra and Algebraic Thinking in School Math: 70th NCTM Yearbook
(2008)
 $58.95 

Developing Essential Understanding of Algebraic Thinking for Teaching Mathematics in Grades 35 
 Like algebra at any level, early algebra is a way to explore, analyze, represent, and generalize mathematical ideas and relationships. This book shows that children can and do engage in generalizing about numbers and operations as their mathematical experiences expand. The authors identify and examine five big ideas and associated essential understandings for developing algebraic thinking in grades 3–5.  $32.95 
