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(eBook) Discovering Lessons for the Common Core State Standards in Grades 6-8

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Stock # 14586
ISBN # 978-0-87353-843-5
Published 7/1/2014
Pages 134
Grades Grades 6-8,

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By Sarah Bush, Karen Karp

This highly useful book, authored by leading teacher educators, provides ready-made alignment to high-quality, peer-reviewed, engaging activities reviewed by NCTM members that they can use with their K–12 students.

The book provides a timely resource to preservice and in-service teachers that will help ensure they are using activities that align to the CCSSM content standards and standards for mathematical practice— which they are aiming to successfully address in their classroom. It is assumed that because all articles published by NCTM are already peer-reviewed at the national level, the pedagogy within each article is sound and of exceptionally high quality.

These publications directly align to NCTM’s equity guidelines because many of the articles have connections to teaching practices that respond to students’ different needs and have diversity listed as one of their key words. In addition, numerous articles foster “mathematics for all” and many articles specifically address the learning of students with special needs.

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