Principles to Actions

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ISBN: 0873537742
Release Date: 2014-02
Number of pages: 139
Author: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Incorporated

Download and read online Principles to Actions in PDF and EPUB This text offers guidance to teachers, mathematics coaches, administrators, parents, and policymakers. This book: provides a research-based description of eight essential mathematics teaching practices ; describes the conditions, structures, and policies that must support the teaching practices ; builds on NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and supports implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics to attain much higher levels of mathematics achievement for all students ; identifies obstacles, unproductive and productive beliefs, and key actions that must be understood, acknowledged, and addressed by all stakeholders ; encourages teachers of mathematics to engage students in mathematical thinking, reasoning, and sense making to significantly strengthen teaching and learning.

Enhancing Your Practice with the Research Behind Principles to Actions

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ISBN: 1680540041
Release Date: 2017
Number of pages:
Author: Denise Mewborn

Download and read online Enhancing Your Practice with the Research Behind Principles to Actions in PDF and EPUB This book summarizes and synthesizes the research behind each of the guiding principles and essential elements of Principles to Actions : Ensuring Mathematical Success for All, and offers examples of what the principles and elements might look like in classroom practice. It is intended to be used by preservice teachers, in-service teachers, instructional coaches, administrators, professional developers, and math teacher educators. --

Five Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions

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ISBN: 1452202907
Release Date: 2011-05-13
Number of pages: 104
Author: Margaret S. Smith
Publisher: Corwin

Download and read online Five Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions in PDF and EPUB This book's 5 manageable practices have the power to connect students' approaches with the underlying mathematics and put teachers in control of productive classroom discussions.

Small Steps Big Changes

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ISBN: 9781571108135
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 146
Author: Chris Confer
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

Download and read online Small Steps Big Changes in PDF and EPUB During the past two decades, Chris Confer and Marco Ramirez have worked to deepen and improve mathematics instruction at schools around the country. The authors identify eight tested principles that transform what can be an overwhelming process into a set of comprehensible and concrete steps. Each phase of the change process is brought to life through the stories and perspectives of teachers, coaches, and principals. --from publisher description.

What Successful Math Teachers Do Grades 6 12

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ISBN: 9781452259130
Release Date: 2013-07-09
Number of pages: 272
Author: Alfred S. Posamentier
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online What Successful Math Teachers Do Grades 6 12 in PDF and EPUB The math teacher's go-to resource—now updated for the Common Core! What works in math and why has never been the issue; the research is all out there. Where teachers struggle is the “how.” That’s the big service What Successful Math Teachers Do provides. It’s a powerful portal to what the best research looks like in practice strategy by strategy—now aligned to both the Common Core and the NCTM Standards. For each of the book’s 80 strategies, the authors present A brief description A summary of supporting research The corresponding NCTM and Common Core Standards Classroom applications Possible pitfalls Recommended reading and research

Accessible Mathematics

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ISBN: UCSD:31822037161031
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 113
Author: Steve Leinwand
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Accessible Mathematics in PDF and EPUB Raising students' math achievement doesn't mean ripping up your planning book and starting over. In Accessible Mathematics Steven Leinwand (author of Sensible Mathematics) shows how small shifts in the good teaching you already do can make a big difference in student learning. Steve focuses on the crucial issue of classroom instruction. He scours the research and visits highly effective classrooms for practical examples of small adjustments to your teaching that lead to deeper student learning in math. Some of his 10 classroom-tested teaching shifts may surprise you and others will validate your thinking. But all of them will improve your students' performance. Thoroughly practical and ever-aware of the limits of teachers' time, Steve gives you everything you need to put his commonsense ideas to use immediately. His extensive planning advice will help you streamline your teaching to get more from everything you do. Classroom examples from every grade level model teaching language and instructional moves. And his suggestions for professional learning help increase your effectiveness through the power of collaboration. Steven Leinwand shares your priority: raising the mathematical understanding and achievement of every one of your students. Read Accessible Mathematics, try his 10 suggestions in your practice, and discover how minor shifts in your teaching can put student learning into high gear.

The Mathematics that Every Secondary School Math Teacher Needs to Know

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ISBN: 9781135157821
Release Date: 2010-09-13
Number of pages: 760
Author: Alan Sultan
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Mathematics that Every Secondary School Math Teacher Needs to Know in PDF and EPUB What knowledge of mathematics do secondary school math teachers need to facilitate understanding, competency, and interest in mathematics for all of their students? This unique text and resource bridges the gap between the mathematics learned in college and the mathematics taught in secondary schools. Written in an informal, clear, and interactive learner-centered style, it is designed to help pre-service and in-service teachers gain the deep mathematical insight they need to engage their students in learning mathematics in a multifaceted way that is interesting, developmental, connected, deep, understandable, and often, surprising and entertaining. Features include Launch questions at the beginning of each section, Student Learning Opportunities, Questions from the Classroom, and highlighted themes throughout to aid readers in becoming teachers who have great "MATH-N-SIGHT": M Multiple Approaches/Representations A Applications to Real Life T Technology H History N Nature of Mathematics: Reasoning and Proof S Solving Problems I Interlinking Concepts: Connections G Grade Levels H Honing of Mathematical Skills T Typical Errors This text is aligned with the recently released Common Core State Standards, and is ideally suited for a capstone mathematics course in a secondary mathematics certification program. It is also appropriate for any methods or mathematics course for pre- or in-service secondary mathematics teachers, and is a valuable resource for classroom teachers.

Putting the Practices Into Action

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ISBN: 0325046557
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 152
Author: Susan O'Connell
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Putting the Practices Into Action in PDF and EPUB The Standards for Mathematical Practice promise to elevate students' learning of math from knowledge to application and bring rigor to math classrooms. Here, the authors unpack each of the eight Practices and provide a wealth of practical ideas and activities to help teachers quickly integrate them into their existing math program.

High Yield Routines

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ISBN: 087353719X
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 86
Author: Ann C. McCoy
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

Download and read online High Yield Routines in PDF and EPUB Today's classrooms are full of routines. Although we often think of routines as being used for organisation, routines can also be used to enhance instruction. In this book, the authors present seven easily implemented mathematical routines that may be used effectively at a variety of grade levels and with a variety of mathematical content. The book also includes ideas for infusing mathematics into the nonmathematical routines that take time away from instruction. Each chapter begins with classroom vignettes that provide a glimpse of how the routine might look as it is implemented in a variety of grade levels. A description of the routine and implementation strategies follow and the authors provide examples of student work from various grade levels for each of the routine, including examples of ways to assess student thinking by using the routines, and suggestions for adapting the routines. The book includes connections to the Common Core practice standards and focuses on creating opportunities for differentiated instruction. A highly useful book, written by seasoned mathematics educators, this book is a must-have for all elementary and middle school mathematics teachers.

Mathematics and the Body

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ISBN: 9781107039483
Release Date: 2014-06-02
Number of pages: 312
Author: Elizabeth de Freitas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Mathematics and the Body in PDF and EPUB This book expands the landscape of research in mathematics education by analyzing how the body influences mathematical thinking.

Success from the Start

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ISBN: 0873536738
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 242
Author: Robert Wieman
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

Download and read online Success from the Start in PDF and EPUB Here the authors explore both the visible and invisible aspects of teaching and offer proven strategies to make the work meaningful - not merely manageable.

Success from the Start

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ISBN: 0873536789
Release Date: 2014
Number of pages: 269
Author: Kathy Ernst
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

Download and read online Success from the Start in PDF and EPUB This book highlights how students learn math and the pedagogy behind it. Using vignettes based on real classroom discussions, the authors illustrate effective teaching practices to support math learning. Success from the Start: Your First Years Teaching Elementary Mathematics acts as a supportive and reassuring companion that you can return to throughout your journey as an elementary mathematics teacher. As a beginning elementary mathematics teacher you might already be asking yourself these questions: How can I differentiate my teaching to meet the diverse needs of my students? What assessments best advance student learning? How can students understand math if I do not show them different strategies and tell them about the underlying mathematical structures and properties? What advice do I give parents about how to support their children’s math learning?

Handbook of Research on Transforming Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age

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ISBN: 9781522501213
Release Date: 2016-04-22
Number of pages: 679
Author: Niess, Margaret
Publisher: IGI Global

Download and read online Handbook of Research on Transforming Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age in PDF and EPUB The digital age provides ample opportunities for enhanced learning experiences for students; however, it can also present challenges for educators who must adapt to and implement new technologies in the classroom. The Handbook of Research on Transforming Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age is a critical reference source featuring the latest research on the development of educators’ knowledge for the integration of technologies to improve classroom instruction. Investigating emerging pedagogies for preservice and in-service teachers, this publication is ideal for professionals, researchers, and educational designers interested in the implementation of technology in the mathematics classroom.

Developmental Guidance and Counseling

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ISBN: 1930572204
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 470
Author: Robert D. Myrick
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation

Download and read online Developmental Guidance and Counseling in PDF and EPUB This popular book is a resource for counsellors whodesire to help students learn the skills they need to become successful. Featured interventions include individual and small group counselling, large group guidance, and peer faciltator projects.

Mathematics Coaching

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ISBN: 0133007006
Release Date: 2013-01-29
Number of pages: 240
Author: Jennifer M. Bay-Williams
Publisher: Prentice Hall

Download and read online Mathematics Coaching in PDF and EPUB Mathematics Coaching Handbook gives mathematics coaches and teacher leaders solid background information and hands-on tools for supporting their efforts to help K-12 teachers effectively teach mathematics in today's diverse classrooms. With its focus on coaching and an actual coaching cycle—planning, data gathering, and reflection—coupled with over 100 ready to use tools for a variety of settings, it's the perfect resource for busy and sometimes isolated teacher leaders. By connecting the Leading for Mathematical Proficiency (LMP) Framework to mathematics teaching practices and the CCSS Mathematical Practices, the authors specifically illustrate how to improve math teaching to promote student understanding and mathematics proficiency.