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NCTM is soliciting proposals for book chapters showcasing classroom-tested PBL units addressing elementary mathematics standards. The book is Making Mathematics Come Alive in the Elementary Classroom with Project-Based Learning: Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships edited by Jean S. Lee and Enrique Galindo. More information can be found in the Call for Proposals.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics publishing program looks to the mathematics education community for expertise, insights, and accurate content. Our authors, who include some of the most respected professionals in the field from the classroom, academia, coaching, and administration develop professional materials for our teacher, administrator, counselor, and parent members. Covering grades PK-14, NCTM publishes approximately 15 books and 5 journals over the course of a year.
If you are an experienced, highly skilled mathematics professional, we want to hear from you on topics that you know best. Whether you're a teacher or a teacher educator, we want to know how you're doing your job. Administrators, math coaches, and researchers from district and state levels, as well, have a place within the pages of the NCTM journals and books. Many NCTM authors are practicing classroom teachers, others may be graduate students, professors, or staff developers. Some work is written by individuals, whereas other manuscripts are prepared by a team of educators. Whatever their niche, all NCTM authors are experienced, highly skilled mathematics professionals.
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