Explores ways to teach math principles using children`s books, shows how to connect children with real-world math, and encourages linking text with relevant manipulatives in a hands-on, minds-on, problem-solving environment.
Author: Jo-Anne Lake
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited
Rooted in real-life math experiences, this highly readable book explores innovative ways you can teach math principles using the best children's books. This simple book shows teachers how to select, organize, and use children's literature to connect children with real-world math. Committed to creating long-lasting positive math memories, it goes beyond reading about math and encourages linking text with relevant manipulatives in a hands-on, minds-on, problem-solving environment.
You might also consult resources like Math and Literature by Marilyn Burns and
Stephanie Sheffield (2004) or Math Memories You Can Count On by JoAnne
Lake (2009) for ideas. After you've read some of these counting books aloud, put
Author: Debbie Diller
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
If you've ever questioned how to make maths stations work, you'll find this resource invaluable. It contains ideas to help children develop conceptual understanding and skills, use maths vocabulary as they talk about their mathematical thinking, and connect big ideas to meaningful exploration and practice.
and adolescents learn in many different ways, relating literature to math may
positively impact math instruction. Reading ... Math memories you can count on:
A literature-based approach to teaching mathematics in the primary grades.
Author: Vivian Yenika-Agbaw
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Literary Criticism
Educators who teach children’s literature at the college level as part of the pre-service experience seldom allocate enough space in the curriculum for nonfiction literature. This book recognizes the viability of nonfiction as a literary genre that demands critical analysis, celebrates storytelling in its varied forms, and invites teacher educators and pre-service teachers, our primary audience, to nurture a spirit of inquiry and skepticism in the classroom. It is an excellent resource for teacher educators looking for a variety of nonfiction texts to include in their literacy curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. It also offers critical approaches through which students are encouraged to read these texts, and ideas for critical inquiry with young learners.
... in a reader's workshop. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Publishing. Krech, B. (
2003). Picture-book math: Read-alouds are great springboards to super math
learning. Instructor, 112(7), 42. Lake, J. (2009). Math memories you can count ...
Author: Ellen Riojas Clark
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book presents theoretical, research based, and classroom practices that explore the use of multicultural children’s literature to support the linguistic, academic, and psychological development of Latino children in the process of becoming bilingual and acquiring English. The contributions cover a broad spectrum of issues related to the effective use of children’s literature with Bilingual Learners (BL), including identity development, critical pedagogy, biliteracy development, and holistic literacy instruction.
At that point, you retrieve information from memory faster than you can count, and
so you have a habit. Of course, in the case of math it gets even worse. As soon as
you have learned a few addition facts, the teachers add more. Next you learn ...
Author: Art Markman, PhD
When you understand how the mind works, you can think smarter—and act smarter. Based on the precepts of cognitive science and drawing on a half century of interdisciplinary studies, Smart Thinking is the first book to reveal a three-part formula that distinguishes Smart Thinking from innate intelligence and shows how memory works, how to learn effectively, and how to use knowledge when you need to get things done. Beginning with defining the difference between Smart Thinking and innate or raw intelligence, cognitive psychologist Art Markman demonstrates how it is possible to learn Smart Thinking that you can apply to the real world. This engaging and practical book introduces a three-part formula for Smart Thinking, which demonstrates how anyone can: • Develop Smart Habits • Acquire High-Quality Knowledge • Use High-Quality Knowledge when needed Smart Thinking explores each part of the Smart Thinking formula and provides: • An understanding of how the mind works and the means to replace self-limiting habits with those that foster Smart Thinking • Insights into how memory functions and how to improve the quality of what you learn • Ways to present new information effectively • Specific techniques for improving your understanding of how the world works • The ability to define and solve problems by finding the relevant knowledge from any area of expertise and applying it effectively Drawing on multiple research disciplines, including psychology, artificial intelligence, philosophy, neuroscience, learning sciences, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, and education, Markman provides insights into the functioning of the mind and synthesizes this understanding into practical tools and exercises that develop new skills and achieve personal goals. The book culminates in tips for creating a Culture of Smart to make everyone in an organization more effective.
You didn't understand the "whys" of carrying numbers, or of division, or of
geometry or algebra. ... Add to all this possible test anxiety; the sequential
aspects of math — the fact that you're being rushed to part two without fully
understanding part one; the fact that the need for speed, accuracy, ... They count
on their fingers. ... memories (math requires understanding concepts, not having
a great memory).
Author: Valerie Bohigian
Publisher: New Amer Library
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A guide to the management of a home business includes discussions of advertising, packaging, product names, test marketing, and direct selling
was told that I didn ' t think mathematically ; " " and “ It was great to look at math at
a different angle and not to have all the pressure that I usually associate with
math classes . ... Students will have no trouble finding delightful memories if you
give them encouragement and an example . ... Students had plenty of practice
finding verifiable definitions ( e . g . , for area ” , “ speed ” and “ to count ” ) . We ...
Next, have them count out that amount of counters and check with one-to-one
correspondence whether or not they have the same ... problems, they will begin
to store the basic facts in their memories and retrieve the answers without
Author: Rosalind Charlesworth
Math and Science for Young Children, 4E focuses on the integration of mathematics and science with the other content areas for children from birth through age eight. Based on theories of child development and learning, the book is compatible with the guidelines and standards of major national professional organizations. Mathematics and science concepts are related to national standards and present a common framework for inclusion with music and movement, language arts, visual arts, science and social studies activities. Developmentally appropriate instructional and assessment practice is stressed, and each concept unit includes assessment, instructional, and evaluation strategies. Technology and Web resources are also provided.
There , sight outnumbered hearing by four to one , where memory was
concerned , but the one count was more important than the other four together .
Check back to the lamp seen in the store window ( page 43 ) . There , the sense
of sight ...
Author: Gary Rockswold
NOTE: Before purchasing, check with your instructor to ensure you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of the MyLab(TM)and Mastering(TM) platforms exist for each title, and registrations are not transferable. To register for and use MyLab or Mastering, you may also need a Course ID, which your instructor will provide. Used books, rentals, and purchases made outside of Pearson If purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson, the access codes for the MyLab platform may not be included, may be incorrect, or may be previously redeemed. Check with the seller before completing your purchase. For courses or courses sequences that cover prealgebra, introductory algebra, and intermediate algebra. Experiencing math in context Interactive Developmental Mathematics, 2nd Edition brings the Rockswold/Krieger approach of "math in context" into an interactive digital experience made for the way students learn. The authors believe that developing a mathematical concept in a tangible, applied context before explaining the abstract theory behind it enables students to make math part of their own experiences in the world and thus, better understand it. In Interactive Developmental Mathematics, this conceptual approach is delivered through Interactive Assignments, which provide bite-sized pieces of instruction for students with just-in-time trackable assessment. Personalize learning with MyLab Math Interactive Developmental Mathematics offers a completely digital experience, built by Gary Rockswold and Terry Krieger from the ground up in MyLab(TM) Math to model the way today's students learn and interact online. MyLab Math is the teaching and learning platform that empowers you to reach every student. By combining trusted author content with digital tools and a flexible platform, MyLab Math personalizes the learning experience and improves results for each student. 0135451116 / 9780135451113 MyLab Math with Pearson eText - Life of Edition Standalone Access Card - for Interactive Developmental Mathematics, 2/e
It always had to be his way . That ' s when I started hating math . Misha agreed
and added a memory of her own : For an activity that emphasizes diversity , see
Activity 15 , Quipus , on the CD - ROM that accompanies this text . I needed to “
Author: Joseph G. R. Martinez
Publisher: Prentice Hall
With an emphasis on inquiry and process, "Teaching Mathematics in Elementary and Middle School "embraces active mathematics instruction and the development of mathematical thinking through problem solving. The text challenges future teachers to prepare their K-8 students for a world that requires a higher level of mathematical literacy and enables them to compete in a global society.Teachers will develop their own mathematical abilities, allowing them to help students discover a rich combination of thinking processes and problem-solving strategies, raising the learning expectations for all. Unique text features "TIE-Thought, Investigation and Exploration "features ask pre-service teachers to develop their own thinking and learning abilities, preparing them to better challenge their students. "Mathematics in the Real World," "Idea Files," and "Teacher Profiles "model best practices and supply readers with concrete teaching tools and strategies. "Mathematical Thinking," "Mathematical Games" and "Mathematics and Technology" features detail activities to engage and develop students' mathematical thinking. Accompanying student artifacts illustrate the progression of students' conceptual understanding. [CD logo replaces bullet] "Math Activities CD-ROM" provides an outstanding text component containing more than 100 activities that use a three-step process-explore, invent, discover-to foster the development of mathematical thinking through guided inquiry. Aligned with the NCTM standards, each activity is integrated within the text and designed to help develop students' conceptual understanding of mathematics. "Mathematics in Literature" offers thoroughly developed ideas for using children's literature to create meaningful contexts for mathematics learning. An extensive bibliography that can be used for this purpose appears on the CD-Rom. "I think the text is an excellent resource for elementary and middle school methods courses. In particular, I like how the textbook handles the 'bigger issues' such as geometric reasoning rather than just 'geometry.' I also like the excellent foundation in educational research that the textbook provides, as well as some very careful attention and consistent referencing to the NCTM standards and principles. The incorporation of classroom vignettes, teacher illustrations, and samples of student work also all add to the excellent grounding of the text in real world classroom work." Dr. Neal Grandgenett, University of Nebraska at Omaha
General , First Time Advice We asked the contributing professors for words of
advice to instructors who are teaching this course for the first time ... Each
experience has provided me with some valuable insights and wonderful
memories that will last my entire lifetime . ... An important time - management tip
is to count the number of class periods , subtract the number of testing days and
subtract at least two ...
For example , one student wrote , " Math to me is a pain . ... just a hard subject . "
Another student wrote , " To me , the word mathematics is a bad one . It brings
back many memories through the years both good and bad , but I seem to
remember the bad ones better . ... Everyone tells me that you need to know how
to count .
Author: Elaine Allen Tuft
Category: Electronic dissertations
AMAZING When they are learning math , children often count on their fingers . As
they become more familiar with math fundamentals , their short - term memories
can help them solve simple problems in their heads . maintenance rehearsal a ...
Author: Joshua R. Gerow
Publisher: Pearson Scott Foresman
I am too shy to ask questions . 8. It is bad to count on my fingers . 9. To complete
my math requirements quickly , I should skip to the highest level math class that I
can . 10. My negative math memories will never go away . Each statement on ...
Author: Cheryl Ooten
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Is it possible for math-phobic students to learn math? Yes! Not only can they learn math, they can excel by learning the truly unique techniques inManaging the Mean Math Blues. Written by an experienced math teacher and psychotherapist, this book helps students overcome their negative perceptions about math using positive psychology, brain-based learning, and study skills techniques. Students turn failure into success as they practice these new skills on basic math content. With clear psychological models for concentration and focus (called flow) into math, students learn how to match their skills with math challenges, set short-term goals and seek feedback in order to learn math successfully.
9 The fact that sensory memories fade quickly if they are not processed further is
actually an adaptive characteristic of this ... memory , because it helps you to do
much of your mental work , from punching in a phone number to solving a math ...
To do this you must remember the price , retrieve the rules of addition from long -
term memory , and keep a running count of how much change you have so far .
Author: Laraine E. Flemming
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
[This text] is designed for student readers who have had a good deal of practice with short passages and are ready to move on to longer, more complicated readings. The emphasis throughout, is on reading flexibility and learning how to adapt one's reading skills to the material assigned--Back cover.
Corporal Owen snapped in early morning reveille one day , " all men who have a
college degree step forward ! " Since Coyd had ... As , usually true with musicians
, Coyd ' s math skills were pretty well honed , so it turned out that he was
assigned to go to cryptography school . ... If a code is all in numbers , one could
count the character frequency of a large data base and discover which Coyd
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Author: Evelyn I. Gregory
Category: United States
True WWII biographies. Oral interviews given by 50 men & women about their unique WWII experiences. Fascinating stories, many never published before. From old notes, logs, diaries & unpublished manuscripts. Pearl Harbor. Hiroshima. Kassarine Pass. Normandy. China-Burma-India...flying over the hump. Stories about a disastrous secret invasion (Devon Invasion). The very first radar installations. Marines guarding President Roosevelt. An admiral disappears (forever). Discovery of old masters paintings hidden by German military. Stories from six continents, every ocean. Compelling thoughts of foot soldiers dismantling mines. Gunfire at a conference with General "Hap" Arnold. The U.S. Navy ships real gold. Stalag 17 secret death march log. "Milk Run" by an injured pilot. Bloody invasions in the South Pacific. Navigating Lindbergh himself. Movie stars. Glen Miller. VJ & VE Days celebrated worldwide. Holocaust museum's vice chairman loses 40 family members...from his childhood at Auschwitz to being a speaker at the Capitol rotunda. Submariners in battle. Typhoons. How survivors led admirable lives, educated themselves. Order from Senior Distributors, P.O. Box 185, Vineburg, CA 95487.
Indeed , it is through perception that the elusive impressions of sensory memory
are captured and transferred to short ... to do much of their mental work , from
dialing a phone number to solving a complex math problem ( Baddeley , 1992 ) .
... To do this you must remember the price , retrieve the rules of addition from long
- term memory , and keep a running count of how much change you have so far .
Author: Douglas A. Bernstein
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Examines the ways in which research methods have been applied to understanding behaviour and mental processes. The unique "Linkages" system helps students understand the relationships among the subfields of psychology.
What you really want is an 8086/80186 with 1024 bit math , Multiply Accumulate ,
Dot Product , Trig functions , CAM lookups , Your ... You can do less with a ROM
emulator than you can an ICE , but if it's all you need , you can get to it faster . ...
system is running Many memories are commodity items , meaning that you can
purchase ICs from different manufacturers and count on them to behave
Category: Embedded computer systems
Later , researchers count on these peoples ' memories of what they ate , what
they did , whether they took aspirin , or any ... But this lack of control over other
possible influences is one of the reasons that you can also ignore most studies
Author: Charles Seiter
Publisher: For Dummies
After you graduated from high school, college, or even graduate school you might have vowed never to deal with math again, right? But everyday, you’re faced with some form of math, from balancing your checkbook to tipping your server at a restaurant. Well, there’s no reason to be intimidated when it comes to math, and this book will show you why. Everyday Math for Dummies is intended to be a quick, enjoyable adult-oriented course in the aspects of math you need all the time. Whether you’re looking for a refresher on math skills you might have forgotten or want to obtain math skills you never fully understood, Everyday Math For Dummies can help you discover the answers to all kinds of problems. Everyday Math For Dummies helps build your skills so that you can better deal with all sorts of stressful math situations, from refinancing your house to evaluating business news and understanding sports statistics. There’s even a fun chapter on puzzles! With this book as your guide, you’ll be able to: Finally make sense of your checkbook Master the simplest tipping rules in the world Calculate compound interest like an investment pro Understand the math of refinancing and debt management Decipher the fine print in a credit card agreement Figure percentages easily with a calculator, on paper, or in your head Get a handle on all that stuff from high school—algebra, geometry, and trig Everyday Math For Dummies can help you take charge of your life. Complete with a tear-out cheat sheet for you to keep handy for when the kids need help with their homework or you need help completing your tax return, this book makes math easy.
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