Elementary Mathematics Specialists

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ISBN: 9781681238241
Release Date: 2017-02-01
Number of pages: 253
Author: Maggie B. McGatha
Publisher: IAP

Download and read online Elementary Mathematics Specialists in PDF and EPUB Elementary mathematics specialists are teacher leaders who are responsible for supporting effective PK–6 mathematics instruction and student learning. The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics, the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, in a 2010 joint position paper on Elementary Mathematics Specialists (EMSs), all advocate for the use of EMSs to support the teaching and learning of mathematics. The specific roles and expectations of EMSs will vary according to the needs of each setting, “but their expertise and successful experience at the elementary level is critical” (p 1). Elementary Mathematics Specialists: Developing, Refining, and Examining Programs that Support Mathematics Teaching and Learning is AMTE’s latest resource supporting the important work of EMSs. It has five sections related to the preparation and professional development of EMSs: (a) Overview and Current State of Affairs; (b) Models of EMS Program Development & Delivery; (c) Supporting EMSs in the Field; (d) The Mathematics Specialist Research; and (e) Future Directions. The book provides support to EMS practitioners, program providers/developers, and researchers seeking to answer important questions about how to prepare Mathematics Specialists, support them in the field, and research their effectiveness.


Mathematics Formative Assessment Volume 2

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ISBN: 9781506336626
Release Date: 2016-12-30
Number of pages: 256
Author: Page Keeley
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Mathematics Formative Assessment Volume 2 in PDF and EPUB This one-of-a-kind resource helps you build a bridge between your students’ initial ideas and correct mathematical thinking. Includes an annotated reference guide.


Every Math Learner Grades K 5

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ISBN: 9781506390307
Release Date: 2017-02-16
Number of pages: 304
Author: Nanci N. Smith
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Every Math Learner Grades K 5 in PDF and EPUB Differentiation that shifts your instruction and boosts ALL student learning! Nationally recognized math differentiation expert Nanci Smith debunks the myths surrounding differentiated instruction, revealing a practical approach to real learning differences. Theory-lite and practice-heavy, this book provides a concrete and manageable framework for helping all students know, understand, and even enjoy doing mathematics. Busy K-5 mathematics educators learn to Provide practical structures for assessing how students learn and process mathematical concepts Design, implement, manage, and formatively assess and respond to learning in a standards-aligned differentiated classroom; and Adjust current instructional materials to better meet students' needs Includes classroom videos and a companion website.


Preparing Pre Service Teachers for the Inclusive Classroom

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ISBN: 9781522517542
Release Date: 2016-10-25
Number of pages: 323
Author: Dickenson, Patricia
Publisher: IGI Global

Download and read online Preparing Pre Service Teachers for the Inclusive Classroom in PDF and EPUB Teachers must be prepared to create an effective learning environment for both general education students and students with special needs. This can be accomplished by equipping teachers with the proper knowledge and strategies. Preparing Pre-Service Teachers for the Inclusive Classroom discusses the latest approaches, skills, and methodologies on how to support special needs students. Highlighting relevant perspectives on technology implementation, curriculum development, and instructional design, this book is an ideal reference source for pre-service teachers, teacher educators, researchers, professionals, and academics in the education field.


The Four Roles of the Numerate Learner

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ISBN: 9781551389158
Release Date: 2016-03-14
Number of pages: 128
Author: Mary Fiore
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited

Download and read online The Four Roles of the Numerate Learner in PDF and EPUB This timely book builds on our current understanding of how to effectively teach mathematics, and borrows from the successful frameworks used to teach literacy. It introduces a numeracy framework— sense maker, skill user, thought communicator, and critical interpreter—that supports an integrated approach to math instruction. It considers the mathematical practices students need to learn to construct number knowledge, become mathematicians, and simply “do math”. The goal is to provide multiple entry points into the world of math instruction—a new way of thinking and learning where learners engage in critical thinking about numeracy and act on their knowledge.


Visible Learning for Mathematics Grades K 12

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ISBN: 9781506362977
Release Date: 2016-09-16
Number of pages: 304
Author: John Hattie
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Visible Learning for Mathematics Grades K 12 in PDF and EPUB Rich tasks, collaborative work, number talks, problem-based learning, direct instruction…with so many possible approaches, how do we know which ones work the best? In Visible Learning for Mathematics, six acclaimed educators assert it’s not about which one—it’s about when—and show you how to design high-impact instruction so all students demonstrate more than a year’s worth of mathematics learning for a year spent in school. That’s a high bar, but with the amazing K-12 framework here, you choose the right approach at the right time, depending upon where learners are within three phases of learning: surface, deep, and transfer. This results in “visible” learning because the effect is tangible. The framework is forged out of current research in mathematics combined with John Hattie’s synthesis of more than 15 years of education research involving 300 million students. Chapter by chapter, and equipped with video clips, planning tools, rubrics, and templates, you get the inside track on which instructional strategies to use at each phase of the learning cycle: Surface learning phase: When—through carefully constructed experiences—students explore new concepts and make connections to procedural skills and vocabulary that give shape to developing conceptual understandings. Deep learning phase: When—through the solving of rich high-cognitive tasks and rigorous discussion—students make connections among conceptual ideas, form mathematical generalizations, and apply and practice procedural skills with fluency. Transfer phase: When students can independently think through more complex mathematics, and can plan, investigate, and elaborate as they apply what they know to new mathematical situations. To equip students for higher-level mathematics learning, we have to be clear about where students are, where they need to go, and what it looks like when they get there. Visible Learning for Math brings about powerful, precision teaching for K-12 through intentionally designed guided, collaborative, and independent learning.


Every Math Learner Grades 6 12

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ISBN: 9781506390376
Release Date: 2017-02-22
Number of pages: 360
Author: Nanci N. Smith
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Every Math Learner Grades 6 12 in PDF and EPUB Differentiation that shifts your instruction and boosts ALL student learning! Nationally recognized math differentiation expert Nanci Smith debunks the myths surrounding differentiated instruction, revealing a practical approach to real learning differences. Theory-lite and practice-heavy, this book provides a concrete and manageable framework for helping all students know, understand, and even enjoy doing mathematics. Busy secondary mathematics educators learn to Provide practical structures for assessing how students learn and process mathematical concepts information Design, implement, manage, and formatively assess and respond to learning in a standards-aligned differentiated classroom Adjust current materials to better meet students' needs Includes classroom videos and a companion website.


Multilingual Learners and Academic Literacies

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ISBN: 9781317540021
Release Date: 2015-03-05
Number of pages: 332
Author: Daniella Molle
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Multilingual Learners and Academic Literacies in PDF and EPUB Shifting the discourse from a focus on academic language to the more dynamic but less researched construct of academic literacies, this volume addresses three key questions: • What constitutes academic literacy? • What does academic literacy development in adolescent multilingual students look like and how can this development be assessed? • What classroom contexts foster the development of academic literacies in multilingual adolescents? The contributing authors provide divergent definitions of academic literacies and use dissimilar theoretical and methodological approaches to study literacy development. Nevertheless, all chapters reflect a shared conceptual framework for examining academic literacies as situated, overlapping, meaning-making practices. This framework foregrounds students’ participation in valued disciplinary literacy practices. Emphasized in the new college and career readiness standards, the notion of disciplinary practices allows the contributing authors to bridge the language/content dichotomy, and take a more holistic as well as nuanced view of the demands that multilingual students face in general education classrooms. The volume also explores the implications of the emphasis on academic literacy practices for classroom instruction, research, and policy.


Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics

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ISBN: 9781317412359
Release Date: 2016-02-12
Number of pages: 490
Author: Daniel J. Brahier
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics in PDF and EPUB Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics combines the latest developments in research, standards, and technology with a vibrant writing style to help teachers prepare for the excitement and challenges of teaching secondary and middle school mathematics today. In the fully revised fifth edition, scholar and mathematics educator Daniel Brahier invites teachers to investigate the nature of the mathematics curriculum and reflect on research-based "best practices" as they define and sharpen their own personal teaching styles. The fifth edition has been updated and expanded with a particular emphasis on the continued impact of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and NCTM’s just-released Principles to Actions, as well as increased attention to teaching with technology, classroom management, and differentiated instruction. Features include: A full new Chapter 7 on selection and use of specific tools and technology combined with "Spotlight on Technology" features throughout clearly illustrate the practical aspects of how technology can be used for teaching or professional development. Foundational Chapters 1 and 2 on the practices and principles of mathematics education have been revised to build directly on Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and Principles to Actions, with additional references to both documents throughout all chapters. A new Chapter 4 focuses on the use of standards in writing objectives and organizing lesson plan resources while an updated Chapter 5 details each step of the lesson planning process. A fully revised Chapter 12 provides new information on teaching diverse populations and outlines specific details and suggestions for classroom management for mathematics teachers. Classroom Dialogues" features draws on the author’s 35-year experience as an educator to present real-world teacher-student conversations about specific mathematical problems or ideas "How Would You React?" features prepares future teachers for real-life scenarios by engaging them in common classroom situations and offering tried-and-true solutions. With more than 60 practical, classroom-tested teaching ideas, sample lesson and activities, Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics combines the best of theory and practice to provide clear descriptions of what it takes to be an effective teacher of mathematics.



Becoming a Reflective Mathematics Teacher

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ISBN: 9781317691990
Release Date: 2015-06-05
Number of pages: 266
Author: Alice F. Artzt
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Becoming a Reflective Mathematics Teacher in PDF and EPUB Ideal for preservice mathematics teachers who are taking methods courses or are student teaching, this research-based, activity-oriented guide offers a highly effective framework for teacher reflection and self-assessment. Highlighting inquiry-based, learner-centered teaching and grounded in a cognitive perspective, Becoming a Reflective Teacher of Mathematics, Third Edition features: Detailed observation instruments for observing other teachers Reflective activities that provide a structure for beginning teachers to think about their teaching Guidelines and instruments for supervisors to use when observing, conferencing with, and assessing beginning or student teachers The Third Edition of Becoming a Reflective Teacher of Mathematics is aligned with the latest standards for teaching mathematics including the Common Core State Standards-Mathematics, and the latest assessments for mathematics teacher certification which place a high priority on reflective practice. Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the Third Edition continues to provide preservice and in-service mathematics teachers with practical ideas for developing and honing reflective and self-analytical skills needed to advance and improve instruction.


The Joy of x

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ISBN: 9783036992693
Release Date: 2014-04-23
Number of pages: 352
Author: Steven Strogatz
Publisher: Kein & Aber AG

Download and read online The Joy of x in PDF and EPUB Mathematik durchdringt den ganzen Kosmos. Das weiß jeder, doch nur die wenigsten verstehen die Zusammenhänge wirklich. Steven Strogatz nimmt uns bei der Hand und spaziert mit uns durch diese Welt der Weisheit, Klarheit und Eleganz. Als Reiseleiter geht er neue, erfrischende Wege, deutet auf Besonderheiten, schildert Hintergründe und erklärt die unsichtbaren Mechanismen. Wir erfahren unter anderem von dem Wunder des Zählens, der genialen Einfachheit der Algebra, dem ewigen Erbe Newtons, dem Tango mit Quadraten, der Zweisamkeit von Primzahlen und der Macht des Unendlichen. Mit all seiner Begeisterung, seinem Scharfblick und seinem leichtem Ton hat Steven Strogatz ein herrliches Buch für alle geschrieben, die ihr Verständnis von Mathematik auf eine neue Art vertiefen möchten.


Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

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ISBN: 9781416622789
Release Date: 2016-10-26
Number of pages: 185
Author: Michelle Stephan
Publisher: ASCD

Download and read online Lesson Imaging in Math and Science in PDF and EPUB From respected voices in STEM education comes an innovative lesson planning approach to help turn students into problem solvers: lesson imaging. In this approach, teachers anticipate how chosen activities will unfold in real time—what solutions, questions, and misconceptions students might have and how teachers can promote deeper reasoning. When lesson imaging occurs before instruction, students achieve lesson objectives more naturally and powerfully. A successful STEM unit attends to activities, questions, technology, and passions. It also entails a careful detailed image of how each activity will play out in the classroom. Lesson Imaging in Math and Science presents teachers with * A process of thinking through the structure and implementation of a lesson * A pathway to discovering ways to elicit student thinking and foster collaboration * An opportunity to become adept at techniques to avoid shutting down the discussion—either by prematurely giving or acknowledging the “right” answer or by casting aside a “wrong” answer Packed with classroom examples, lesson imaging templates, and tips on how to start the process, this book is sure to help teachers anticipate students’ ideas and questions and stimulate deeper learning in science, math, engineering, and technology.


The Second Handbook of Research on the Psychology of Mathematics Education

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ISBN: 9789463005616
Release Date: 2016-07-23
Number of pages: 558
Author: Ángel Gutiérrez
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online The Second Handbook of Research on the Psychology of Mathematics Education in PDF and EPUB Since its establishment in 1976, PME (The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education) is serving as a much sought after venue for scientific debate among those at the cutting edge of the field, as well as an engine for the development of research in mathematics education. A wide range of research activities conducted over the last ten years by PME members and their colleagues are documented and critically reviewed in this handbook, released to celebrate the Group’s 40 year anniversary milestone. The book is divided into four main sections: Cognitive aspects of learning and teaching content areas; Cognitive aspects of learning and teaching transverse areas; Social aspects of learning and teaching mathematics; and Professional aspects of teaching mathematics. The selection for each chapter of a team of at least two authors, mostly located in different parts of the world, ensured effective coverage of each field. High quality was further enhanced by the scrupulous review of early chapter drafts by two leaders in the relevant field. The resulting volume with its compilation of the most relevant aspects of research in the field, and its emphasis on trends and future developments, will be a rich and welcome resource for both mature and emerging researchers in mathematics education.


Modeling Mathematical Ideas

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ISBN: 9781475817607
Release Date: 2016-12-27
Number of pages: 220
Author: Jennifer M. Suh
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Modeling Mathematical Ideas in PDF and EPUB Modeling Mathematical Ideas combining current research and practical strategies to build teachers and students strategic competence in problem solving.This must-have book supports teachers in understanding learning progressions that addresses conceptual guiding posts as well as students’ common misconceptions in investigating and discussing important mathematical ideas related to number sense, computational fluency, algebraic thinking and proportional reasoning. In each chapter, the authors opens with a rich real-world mathematical problem and presents classroom strategies (such as visible thinking strategies & technology integration) and other related problems to develop students’ strategic competence in modeling mathematical ideas.