Author: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Incorporated
Release Date: 2014-02
Genre: Curriculum planning
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.
Author: Niess, Margaret
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date: 2016-04-22
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.
Author: Timothy D. Kanold
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Release Date: 2015-03-11
Focus your curriculum to heighten student achievement. Learn 10 high-leverage team actions for mathematics instruction and assessment. Discover the actions your team should take before a unit of instruction begins, as well as the actions and formative assessments that should occur during instruction. Examine how to most effectively reflect on assessment results, and prepare for the next unit of instruction.
Sharpen concrete teaching strategies that empower students to reason-and-prove What does reasoning-and-proving instruction look like and how can teachers support students’ capacity to reason-and-prove? Designed as a learning tool for mathematics teachers in grades 6-12, this book transcends all mathematical content areas with a variety of activities for teachers that include Solving and discussing high-level mathematical tasks Analyzing narrative cases that make the relationship between teaching and learning salient Examining and interpreting student work Modifying curriculum materials and evaluating learning environments to better support students to reason-and-prove No other book tackles reasoning-and-proving with such breath, depth, and practical applicability.
Author: Hodges, Thomas E.
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date: 2018-10-26
Teacher education is an evolving field with multiple pathways towards teacher certification. Due to an increasing emphasis on the benefits of field-based learning, teachers can now take alternative certification pathways to become teachers. The Handbook of Research on Field-Based Teacher Education is a pivotal reference source that combines field-based components with traditional programs, creating clinical experiences and “on-the-job” learning opportunities to further enrich teacher education. While highlighting topics such as certification design, preparation programs, and residency models, this publication explores theories of teaching and learning through collaborative efforts in pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 settings. This book is ideally designed for teacher education practitioners and researchers invested in the policies and practices of educational design.
Author: Yvelyne Germain-McCarthy
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Release Date: 2017-05-25
Mathematics and Multi-Ethnic Students provides detailed profiles of teachers across the nation who have implemented effective mathematics instruction for diverse student populations. In this revised edition, Yvelyne Germain-McCarthy expands upon the popular case studies and adds two new chapters to highlight the latest educational research and practices that are reflected in the case studies. A third new chapter introduces the concept of the Life-Long Learning Laboratory where courageous questions on issues such as the impact of race on student learning are discussed. Featuring useful framing tools including the Discussion with Colleagues and Commentary sections, Mathematics and Multi-Ethnic Students translates concrete instances of access and equity into generalized problem-solving methods for promoting ethnic diversity across grade levels. An important resource for pre-service and in-service educators, researchers, administrators, and policy makers, this volume highlights the work of teachers who have gone beyond mere awareness of reform recommendations in mathematics instruction. By uniting the goals of multicultural education with those of the mathematics curriculum, educators will learn to conceptualize and implement best practices for effective, equitable teaching and learning of mathematics for their students.
Author: Frederick L. Dillon
Publisher: Corwin Press
Release Date: 2018-02-06
Transforming the standards into learning outcomes just got a lot easier This expansion of the popular Common Core Mathematics Companions provides a Cross-Referencing Index for states implementing their own specific mathematics standards. This index allows you to see in an instant which of your standards are the same as CCSS-M, which differ and how—and which page number to turn to for standards-based teaching ideas. Beyond that? It’s the same great go-to guide for guide for teaching, planning, assessing, collaborating, and designing powerful high school mathematics curriculum, in any state or district.
Author: Margaret (Peg) Smith
Publisher: Corwin Press
Release Date: 2019-02-12
Take a deep dive into the five practices for facilitating productive mathematical discussions Enhance your fluency in the five practices—anticipating, monitoring, selecting, sequencing, and connecting—to bring powerful discussions of mathematical concepts to life in your middle school classroom. This book unpacks the five practices for deeper understanding and empowers you to use each practice effectively. Video excerpts vividly illustrate the five practices in action in real middle school classrooms Key questions help you set learning goals, identify high-level tasks, and jumpstart discussion Prompts guide you to be prepared for and overcome common challenges Includes planning templates, sample lesson plans and completed monitoring tools, and mathematical tasks.
As high school math teachers shift to the Common Core State Standards, the question remains: What do the standards actually look like in the classroom? This book answers that question by taking you inside of real Common Core classrooms across the country. You’ll see how exemplary teachers are meeting the new requirements and engaging students in math. Through these detailed examples of effective instruction, you will uncover how to bring the standards to life in your own classroom! Special Features: A clear explanation of the big shifts happening in the classroom as a result of the Common Core State Standards Real examples of how exemplary teachers are using engaging strategies and tasks to teach algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, mathematics across the curriculum, and more A detailed analysis of each example to help you understand why it is effective and how you can try it with your own students Practical, ready-to-use tools you can take back to your classroom, including unit plans and classroom handouts
Author: Margaret S. Smith
Release Date: 2018-05-21
The same five practices teachers know and love for planning and managing powerful conversations in mathematics classrooms, updated with current research and new insights on anticipating, lesson planning, and lessons learned from teachers, coaches, and school leaders. This framework for orchestrating mathematically productive discussions is rooted in student thinking to launch meaningful discussions in which important mathematical ideas are brought to the surface, contradictions are exposed, and understandings are developed or consolidated. Learn the 5 practices for facilitating effective inquiry-oriented classrooms: Anticipating what students will do and what strategies they will use in solving a problem Monitoring their work as they approach the problem in class Selecting students whose strategies are worth discussing in class Sequencing those students' presentations to maximize their potential to increase students' learning Connecting the strategies and ideas in a way that helps students understand the mathematics learned
Author: Juli K. Dixon
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Release Date: 2014-10-09
Focus your curriculum to heighten student achievement. Learn 10 high-leverage team actions for grades K–5 mathematics instruction and assessment. Discover the actions your team should take before a unit of instruction begins, as well as the actions and formative assessments that should occur during instruction. Examine how to most effectively reflect on assessment results, and prepare for the next unit of instruction.
Author: National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Release Date: 2011-09-20
The PRIME Leadership Framework describes the leadership principles and action indicators that the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics endorses and that all mathematics education leaders should aspire toward to create equity and excellence in math education for all students. The PRIME Leadership Framework does not describe or endorse any specific leadership style. The framework is intended to engage leaders in conversations about what should be the focus of individual and collective leadership actions, energy, and effort, and seeks to expand the role of teacher leaders in mathematics education. PRIME is a what to do document and not a prescriptive how to do or how to be document. Accordingly, the PRIME Framework views leadership responsibility as founded upon three essential themes: 1. Success for every student, teacher, and leader 2. Research-informed teacher actions 3. Teacher collaboration and professional learning The Framework is based upon the following four essential principles of leadership that drive an improved future for mathematics education: 1. Equity Leadership to ensure high expectations and access to meaningful mathematics learning for every student. 2. Teaching and Learning Leadership to ensure high expectations and access to meaningful mathematics instruction every day. 3. Curriculum Leadership to ensure relevant and meaningful mathematics in every lesson. 4. Assessment Leadership to ensure timely, accurate monitoring of student learning and adjustment of teacher instruction for improved student learning.