So You Have to Teach Math?: Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers
Offering practical, quick-reference advice guaranteed to give all teachers support and direction for improving their mathematics teaching, these unique resources address common concerns about the K–8 math curriculum using a lively Q-and-A format. The over 100 questions and answers in each book provide helpful ideas for leading class discussions, incorporating writing into math class, dealing with homework issues, communicating with parents, and more.
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Two Planning Effective Math Instruction
Three Leading Class Discussions
Seven Incorporating Writing into Math Class
Eleven Handling Homework
Twelve Preparing for AdministratorObservations
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