What Successful Math Teachers Do, Grades 6-12: 79 Research-Based Strategies for the Standards-Based Classroom
Alfred S. Posamentier, Daniel Jaye
SAGE Publications, 2006 - Education - 197 pages
Using the popular format of the What Successful Teachers Do books, this new mathematics resource offers teachers 79 research-based teaching strategies for introducing students in secondary schools to maths.
Each strategy offers the teacher:
o A concise statement of the teaching strategy
o A summary of the research base validating use of the strategy
o Classroom applications for appropriate middle school and high school grade levels
o Precautions and possible pitfalls
o A list of primary sources for further reading and research
This research-based guide offers maths teachers a ready-to-use resource guide for professional development in mathematics as well as 79 state-of-the-art strategies designed to improve student achievement in secondary mathematics.
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Review: What Successful Math Teachers Do, Grades 6-12: 79 Research-Based Strategies for the Standards-Based ClassroomUser Review - Sebah - Goodreads
The book is organized in an easy-to-follow way; the chapters of the book are useful. The content is sometimes insightful. Each strategy has its references, ways of application and pitfalls. What I ... Read full review