Primary Grade Challenge Math

Author: Edward Zaccaro
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ISBN: 9780967991535
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Offers a higher level of material that goes beyond calculation skills for children in the primary grades.

Differentiating Instruction With Menus

Author: Laurie E. Westphal
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593632266
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At its core, problem-based learning offers students a "messy," complex problem that requires research and critical thinking to resolve. Because the Internet is such a powerful research tool, it is tailor-made for use in problem-based learning. This guide coaches both educators and students on using the Internet to solve complex problems. Teachers are introduced to how the Internet is organized and how to access its resources without too much technical information. Students are given eight problem-based learning scenarios that put them in the role of a particular character. Successful completion of these scenarios requires extensive Internet research and all of the steps of problem solving, including mapping and defining. Teaching notes and reproducible problem logs are included.Grades 3--6

200 Challenging Mathematical Word Problems

Author: Sj Teacher's Choice Math Series
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The aim of "200 Challenging Mathematical Word Problems - Practice Set For Grade 9 & Grade 10 Students" book is to help primary school students of Grade 9 & 10 (Class-IX & Class-X) develop their mathematical thinking skills and expand their knowledge of practical real-life applications of basic mathematics taught at Schools. The book provides ample practice on various types of practical mathematical problems.These problems will provide an overall assessment of the student's progress in learning basic mathematical concepts and formulae taught in various Class IX and Class X textbooks. Students will find this book useful in preparing for their examinations and evaluating their knowledge of Mathematics.The problems included in this book are based on the concepts which students learn in the Grade 9, 10 and earlier classes.This book also shares the answers which are provided at the end of this book. Students are encouraged to consciously apply their original thoughts in solving these problems on their own.

Primary Math Problems Workbook Book 3

Author: Way
Editor: NewPath Learning
ISBN: 1632120178
File Size: 64,67 MB
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Develop standardsbased problem solving strategies & skills. Each comprehensive teacher resource contains over 90 task cards, each focused on one problem. The task cards can be used by a whole class, in small groups or individually. The associated activity for each is designed to challenge students to use their acquired problemsolving skills. Detailed teachers' notes provide information on distinct problemsolving strategies, to include: think, estimate & check; draw a diagram or picture; look for patterns; make a model; act out a problem; construct a table or a graph; write a statement; make a list; calculate; and reflect & assess results. The perfect supplement to any math class!

Helping Children Learn Mathematics

Author: Robert Reys
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0730369285
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The third edition of Reys’ Helping Children Learn Mathematics is a practical resource for undergraduate students of primary school teaching. Rich in ideas, tools and stimulation for lessons during teaching rounds or in the classroom, this edition continues to provide a clear understanding of how to navigate the Australian Curriculum, with detailed coverage on how to effectively use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the classroom. This is a full colour printed textbook with an interactive eBook code included. Great self-study features include: auto-graded in-situ knowledge check questions, video of teachers demonstrating how different maths topics can be taught in the classroom and animated, branched chain scenarios are in the e-text.

Elementary Mathematics Curriculum Materials

Author: Janine Remillard
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030385884
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The book presents comparative analyses of five elementary mathematics curriculum programs used in the U.S. from three different perspectives: the mathematical emphasis, the pedagogical approaches, and how authors communicate with teachers. These perspectives comprise a framework for examining what curriculum materials are comprised of, what is involved in reading and interpreting them, and how curriculum authors can and do support teachers in this process. Although the focus of the analysis is 5 programs used at a particular point in time, this framework extends beyond these specific programs and illuminates the complexity of curriculum materials and their role in teaching in general. Our analysis of the mathematical emphasis considers how the mathematics content is presented in each program, in terms of sequencing, the nature of mathematical tasks (cognitive demand and ongoing practice), and the way representations are used. Our analysis of the pedagogical approach examines explicit and implicit messages about how students should interact with mathematics, one another, the teacher, and the textbook around these mathematical ideas, as well as the role of the teacher. In order to examine how curriculum authors support teachers, we analyze how they communicate with teachers and what they communicate about, including the underlying mathematics, noticing student thinking, and rationale for design elements. The volume includes a chapter on curriculum design decisions based on interviews with curriculum authors. Provides a comparative analysis of features (e.g., design rationale and anticipating student thinking) of elementary mathematics curricula; Analyzes written mathematics curriculum from the perspective of teacher use; Proposes a framework for examining components of mathematics curriculum materials.

Extending The Challenge In Mathematics

Author: Linda Jensen Sheffield
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483366316
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This guide provides the practical tips and tools educators need to help their mathematically promising students develop their potential to the fullest.

Resources In Education

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New Syllabus Primary Mathematics Textbook 5a

Author: Teh Pick Ching
Editor: Shing Lee Publishers Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9812373446
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�The New Syllabus Primary Mathematics (NSPM) series is designed and written based on the latest primary mathematics syllabus. In this series, the concrete to abstract approach is adopted to introduce new concepts. Vivid and stimulating illustrations are used throughout the series to enhance learning. The knowledge base is built incrementally as the pupils progress up the levels so as to consolidate the linkages among mathematical concepts. �The series aims to meet the learning needs of pupils from Primary One to Six. It comprises textbooks and workbooks at each level. Every worksheet in the workbook corresponds to each concept learnt. Textbook 3A comprises 7 chapters. Each chapter comprises the following sections: Do You Know? Relevant, thought-provoking questions are asked with regard to the real life situation presented at the beginning of each chapter to link Mathematics to daily life. Let's Learn �New concepts are explained in a straight-forward and interesting way. Creative and critical thinking, as well as an awareness of problem-solving strategies, are developed through worked examples in this section. Guided examples provide reinforcement and consolidation of the concepts taught. Let's Explore Active participation in exploration of the concepts learnt and creative application of Mathematics to daily life, including IT and hands-on activities, help to develop lifelong learners. Social skills such as effective communication, cooperation and team spirit are encouraged through group and pair work. Let's Think Opportunities are provided to develop higher order thinking skills and proficiency in applying the concepts learnt through non-routine and challenging questions. Let's Try Exercises are provided for pupils to develop their problem solving skills, so that pupils grow into confident and independent learners. Fun with Maths Mathematical concepts are extended beyond the boundaries of the classroom and taken into the realm of games and experiments to further engage and develop pupils' interest in Mathematics.

Counseling Gifted And Talented Children

Author: Roberta M. Milgram
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0893917737
File Size: 45,70 MB
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There is a gap between the enormous need for counseling services and research about the counseling needs of gifted individuals, on the one hand, and the limited availability of such services and knowledge on the other. This book is designed to give counselors, classroom teachers, gifted education specialists, and parents an understanding of the academic and social-personal needs of gifted and talented students, awareness of ways that they themselves may help these children, and an introduction to the available guidance strategies and materials. This book highlights the role of regular classroom teachers and teachers of the gifted in counseling; provides teachers, counselors, and parents with information about the wide variety of approaches to enrichment and/or acceleration; emphasizes the major role of parents in the development of their gifted children; stresses career education and guidance. Four chapters are devoted to important topics that have received very little attention to date-gifted girls, preschool gifted, disadvantaged gifted, and learning-disabled gifted. Finally, a unique feature of the book is a chapter in which fictional portraits of gifted and creative children are presented and analyzed.

Cambridge Primary Mathematics Stage 2 Teacher S Resource With Cd Rom

Author: Cherri Moseley
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107640733
File Size: 68,19 MB
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This series is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations and is part of Cambridge Maths.

Teaching Children Mathematics

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Cambridge Primary Mathematics Stage 3 Teacher S Resource With Cd Rom

Author: Cherri Moseley
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107668891
File Size: 67,48 MB
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This series is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations and is part of Cambridge Maths.

Children S Books In Print 2007

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ISBN: 9780835248518
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The Agenda In Action

Author: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
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The 2004 Brown Center Report On American Education

Author: Tom Loveless
Editor: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815753292
File Size: 38,37 MB
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This year the Brown Center analyzes individual math items from the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP), attempting to gauge the countrys computation skills.

Mathematics

Author: John A. Dossey
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Elementary Education

Author: Deborah A. Harmon
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1576079422
File Size: 47,54 MB
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A thorough overview of elementary education in the United States, spanning its history, foundations, curriculum models, technology, assessment, and special programs.

Christian Home Educators Curriculum Manual

Author: Cathy Duffy
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ISBN: 9780929320106
File Size: 59,43 MB
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Reaching Algebra Readiness Rar

Author: Tony G. Williams
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9460915094
File Size: 59,50 MB
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Research has shown that algebra is the doorway and gateway for future success of students in many aspects, including high school graduation, attending and success in college, and professional earning power. And the most important key to students’ success in algebra is their readiness. This book is not only a program that addresses algebra readiness; it is also a fundamental reform effort, based on the National Mathematics Advisory Panel’s (NMAP’s) Final Report (spring, 2008). The book approaches mathematic skills deficiencies on an individual basis, much like an IEP addresses the individual needs of a student with disabilities. The Reaching Algebra Readiness (RAR) process consists of four components: (1) Diagnostic, assessing student’s mastery of the skills needed to take algebra; (2) Prescriptive, developing an individualized plan to address specific math deficiencies; (3) Intervention, utilizing tools and resources (parental involvement, effective teaching strategies, etc), to improve students’ mathematics skills; and (4) Drills and Effective Teachings Strategies, mathematics is a discipline and, simply, there is no way of avoiding practice and drilling in reaching algebra readiness, which can be enhanced significantly by implementing proven effective teaching strategies. The Reaching Algebra Readiness (RAR) process and the related materials presented in this book will be revolutionary in helping all students acquire the math skills needed for success in algebra and beyond. This book is a must-guide for math teachers, parents who home school, parents who are looking for solutions, and educators pursuing fundamental education reforms.