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No More Math Fact Frenzy

Nell K Duke, Linda Ruiz Davenport, et al.


Math fact instruction is often ineffective: lots of worksheets, drills, and rote memorization. This kind of instruction doesn’t serve students well.

No More Math Fact Frenzy addresses this by examining current research about how to effectively build students' math fact knowledge. The authors then share a new set of best-practices: classroom activities that build students’ number sense and strategies that lead to flexible thinking.

In the Moment

Jen Munson


Talking to students about their work, while they work, is a powerful way of supporting learning. 

In the Moment offers research-based guidance for conferring with your students in math, supported with online videos showing math conferences in action. Jen Munson explains how, in just a few minutes, a math conference provides opportunities for supporting productive struggle, helping students grow their ideas, and differentiating instruction.

Developing Numerical Fluency

Patsy Kanter, Steven Leinwand


Numerical fluency is about understanding, not memorization.

In Developing Numerical Fluency, Patsy Kanter and Steven Leinwand take a fresh look at a commonly-asked question: “How do I teach number facts so my students know them fluently?” They apply their decades of experience teaching mathematics to rethinking effective fluency instruction.

Teaching with Mathematical Argument

Despina Stylianou, Maria Blanton


Many students’ interest in mathematics fades as they are asked to solve seemingly endless disconnected problems, but building your daily instruction around mathematical argumentation can enliven your classroom and re-engage your students. With ideas for structuring discussions and suggested tasks to try, Teaching with Mathematical Argument shows how to elevate argumentation in your instruction and harness its power for enhancing student learning.
Thinking Together

Rozlynn Dance, Tessa Kaplan


Want students to understand—really understand—and retain the math they’re learning? Focus on building your classroom community first. In Thinking Together, veteran teachers Rozlynn Dance and Tessa Kaplan explore nine beliefs that lead to a powerful community of learners. When students are part of a classroom where they feel valued and included, they are more likely to take risks, ask questions, and grow exponentially as mathematicians.

Introduction to Problem Solving, Grades 6-8

Joy Schackow, Susan O'Connell


In <em>Introduction to Problem Solving</em>, Joy Schackow and Susan O’Connell highlight practical techniques for making problem solving doable for your students. They ease you into problem solving, giving you an array of entry points for understanding, planning, and teaching, including strategies that help students develop and refine the mathematical thinking necessary to discover effective approaches for solving a wide range of math problems.
Introduction to Problem Solving, Second Edition, Grades 3-5

Susan O'Connell


In the second edition of <em>Introduction to Problem Solving</em>, Susan O’Connell updates her popular and easy-to-use guide. O’Connell eases you into problem solving, giving you an array of entry points for understanding, planning, and teaching; strategies that help students develop mathematical thinking; and a wealth of all-new activities that are modifiable for immediate use with students of all levels.
Contexts for Learning Mathematics, Level 2

Catherine Twomey Fosnot


Contexts for Learning Mathematics is a rigorous classroom resource that makes use of a math workshop environment to bring the Standards for Mathematical Practice to life. The Level 2 (grades 3–5) package includes five classroom-tested units (and supporting resources) that use rich, authentic contexts to promote understanding and ensure the development of a positive growth mindset.
Contexts for Learning Mathematics: 3-Level Bundle

Catherine Twomey Fosnot


Contexts for Learning Mathematics is a rigorous classroom resource that makes use of a math workshop environment to bring the Standards for Mathematical Practice to life. This bundle includes all three levels (grades K-3, 3-5, and 4–6) comprising 18 classroom-tested units (and supporting resources) that use rich, authentic contexts to promote understanding and ensure the development of a positive growth mindset.
Contexts for Learning Mathematics, Level 3

Catherine Twomey Fosnot


Contexts for Learning Mathematics is a rigorous classroom resource that makes use of a math workshop environment to bring the Standards for Mathematical Practice to life. The Level 3 (grades 4–6) package includes five classroom-tested units (and supporting resources) that use rich, authentic contexts to promote understanding and ensure the development of a positive growth mindset.
Introduction to Problem Solving, Grades PreK-2

Susan O'Connell


In <em>Introduction to Problem Solving</em>, Susan O’Connell highlights practical techniques for making problem solving doable for your students. O’Connell eases you into problem solving, giving you an array of entry points for understanding, planning, and teaching, including strategies that help students develop the mathematical thinking necessary to discover effective approaches for solving a wide range of math problems.
Young Children’s Mathematics

Thomas P Carpenter, Megan Loef Franke, et al.


Young Children’s Mathematics explores the development of mathematical understanding in the youngest learners. Reinforced with classroom video clips, this book provides an in-depth, research-based look at how children’s early learning develops and how teachers can authentically promote this kind of sense-making in mathematics.
Math on the Move

Malke Rosenfeld


Malke shows how pairing math concepts and whole body movement creates opportunities for students to make sense of math in entirely new ways. Filled with classroom-tested activities and detailed coaching tips, and supported with extensive online video clips, Math on the Move shows how movement can enliven the learning process rather than offer a break from it.
Routines for Reasoning

Grace Kelemanik, Amy Lucenta, et al.


As a teacher, routines can keep your classroom running smoothly. Now imagine having a set of routines focused not on classroom management, but on helping students develop their mathematical thinking and reasoning skills. Routines for Reasoning provides expert guidance for weaving the Standards for Mathematical Practice into your teaching by harnessing the power of classroom-tested instructional routines.
Cultivating STEM Identities

Wendy Ward Hoffer


Bring positive STEM identities to life in your classroom and watch your students develop the dispositions and habits of mind that will spark bright STEM futures. With Wendy’s guidance, you will learn how to embrace a growth mindset and model the curiosity, persistence, flexibility, and positive regard for STEM needed to design and facilitate rich STEM experiences for all students.
Math in Practice School Bundle

Susan O'Connell, John SanGiovanni, et al.


Explore Math in Practice in even more depth: MathInPractice.com

The Math in Practice School Bundle includes 14 books altogether: one of each Grade-Level Pack plus an Administrator Pack.

Math in Practice Kindergarten Pack

Susan O'Connell, Marcy Myers, et al.


The Math in Practice Kindergarten Pack includes two books: Teaching Kindergarten Math and A Guide for Teachers.
Math in Practice Grade 1 Pack

Susan O'Connell, Laura Hunovice, et al.


The Math in Practice Grade 1 Pack includes two books: Teaching First-Grade Math and A Guide for Teachers

 
Math in Practice Grade 2 Pack

Susan O'Connell, Allison Peet, et al.


The Math in Practice Grade 2 Pack includes two books: Teaching Second-Grade Math and A Guide for Teachers.
Math in Practice Grade 3 Pack

Susan O'Connell, Cheryl Akers, et al.


The Math in Practice Grade 3 Pack includes two books: Teaching Third-Grade Math and A Guide for Teachers.
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