About Teaching Mathematics: A K-8 Resource

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Marilyn Burns Education Associates, 1992 - Mathematics - 286 pages
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Presenting information necessary to teach math through problem solving, to understand the math they are responsible for teaching, and to understand how children best learn math, this resource has been updated and expanded. The author includes new sections to provide an even better guide for making appropriate and effective instructional decisions.

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User Review  - S Agung - Goodreads

This is a recommended good book for one who wants to teach mathematics in schools. I read this while I was primary school teacher. Now, I use this book as a reference to train other teachers. Read full review

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User Review  - Emily Howard - Goodreads

Great ideas for manageable projects to incorporate into your math curriculum as well as a good intro to her excellent teaching philosophy, if you haven't read her work before. Read full review


Using Word Problems to Develop Arithmetic Understanding
How Children Learn Mathematics

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About the author (1992)

Burns is a nationally known mathematics educator whose messages about math have reached teachers throught her many books, videotapes, talks, and extensive program of Math Solutions Courses.

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