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Mathematics

Math resources from Heinemann are written by educators, for educators, to support student-centered teaching and learning. Our authors start with a curiosity about students’ thinking and numerical reasoning. By learning about what students understand, teachers can be responsive to their individual needs. The goal of our resources is to elevate teacher expertise, increase their comfort and confidence with math, and provide support for helping students make sense of the mathematics they’re learning.

Professional Books

Heinemann’s math professional books are written by teachers for teachers and provide classroom-tested guidance, advice, and proven best practices. With a focus on student-centered instruction, we believe all teachers should have our collection of math professional books on their bookshelf.

Classroom Resources

Heinemann’s math classroom resources offer practical tools and strategies for teachers. Built around the most effective instructional strategies, these resources include ready-to-use teaching materials, lesson plans, formative assessments, and more.


Listening to Learn
Assessment
A K-5 digital interview tool to assess numerical reasoning.

Listening to Learn helps teachers learn how to give one-on-one interviews to their students. The tool provides the reasoning strategies that students need, individual and class reports, professional learning labs, and more.


Do The Math
Math Instruction
A K-5 supplemental program to help build numerical reasoning.

Do The Math provides carefully planned and paced classroom-tested lessons for developing students' numerical understanding and skills. Use during regular classroom instruction or for intervention support.

By: Marilyn Burns and a Team of Master Educators

Math in Practice
Professional Learning
K-5 professional learning for teachers and administrators.

Math in Practice is like a personal math coach for every teacher. It addresses the big ideas of elementary math, best-practice instruction, and essential teaching strategies.

By: Sue O'Connell and Colleagues

Math by the Book
Math Instruction
Teaching K-5 math through children's literature.

Math by the Book helps elementary educators teach math through the children's books they love. Activities and teaching strategiesare paired with great literature to uniquely address grade-specific skills and content.

By: Sue O'Connell and Colleagues