Every Minute Counts: Making Your Math Class Work

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Dale Seymour Publications, 1982 - Education - 66 pages
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This classic for teachers covers making the most of the first minutes of class, asking the right questions, in the right way assigning and correcting homework efficiently, teaching new material effectively, and establishing a practical notebook system. Includes 15 favorite questions for encouraging student discussion.

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This book has really practical advice and tips for getting more out of your math classes.

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Contents

The art of questioning
7
The new class routine
17
a More ideas for making it work
43
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About the author (1982)

Richard Danson Brown and David Johnson are Lecturers in Literature at the Open University.

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