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eBook So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers ePub

eBook So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers ePub

by Robyn Silbey,Marilyn Burns

  • ISBN: 0941355292
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Robyn Silbey,Marilyn Burns
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Math Solutions; 1st edition (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 136
  • ePub book: 1137 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1404 kb
  • Other: docx txt mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 693

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Great book, timeless advice for anyone who needs to teach math. Practical advice for the novice to the veteran teacher.

Great book, timeless advice for anyone who needs to teach math.

Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers book. We’d love your help Marilyn Burns, Robyn Silbey. Marilyn Burns, Robyn Silbey. 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.

Offering practical, quick-reference advice guaranteed to give all teachers support and direction for improving their mathematics teaching, these . Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers. by Robyn Silbey and Marilyn Burns. Select Format: Paperback.

Offering practical, quick-reference advice guaranteed to give all teachers support and direction for improving their mathematics teaching, these unique resources.

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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 K8 math curriculum using a lively Q-and-A format. So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers - by Marilyn Burns & Robyn Silbey (Paperback).

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Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers. Burns, Marilyn; Silbey, Robyn

Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers. The book gives teachers the support and direction they need to teach mathematics well.

So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers, by Marilyn Burns and Robyn Silbey. In my ebook I explain that it’s important to teach children why we do math a certain way instead of just memorizing the steps to get to the answer

So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers, by Marilyn Burns and Robyn Silbey. I have my own copy of this book and personally recommend it. It’s written for both the new and veteran teacher and answers practically any broad question you have about teaching math. In my ebook I explain that it’s important to teach children why we do math a certain way instead of just memorizing the steps to get to the answer. But how can a teacher do that if he or she doesn’t have a deep understanding of the concepts, either?

Answering the tough questions elementary teachers have about teaching math, the authors tackle broad issues as. .

Answering the tough questions elementary teachers have about teaching math, the authors tackle broad issues as well as "the nuts and bolts" of what makes good math teaching. Written for new teachers as well as veteran teachers looking for a fresh perspective, this guide gives all teaches the support they need to teach mathematics well. 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.

11 References Burns, Marilyn, Silbey, Robyn. 2000) So you have to teach math? Sound advice for K-6. teachers. Sausalito, CA: Math Solutions Publications. ISBN: Costa, . Garmstorn, R. (2002) Cognitive Coaching: A foundation for Renaissance Schools. ISBN: DePaul, Amy. (1998?) Survival Guide for New Teachers: How new teachers can work effectively with veteran teachers, parents, principals, and teacher educators.

Marilyn Burns, Robyn Silbey. So You Have to Teach Math? Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers. What Is in the Daily News? Problem-Solving Opportunities!.

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.

Comments

Tall Tall
Great book, timeless advice for anyone who needs to teach math. Practical advice for the novice to the veteran teacher.
Joony Joony
Book is in nice condition, no tears or rips in pages.
My only concern was this book took an extremely long time to get to me.
I began to worry it wouldn't get to me in time for school.
It did, I am happy I. I just wish I could have gotten it sooner.
Contancia Contancia
I have used this book as a companion to our textbook in my elementary math methods courses. My students are in their last semester prior to student teaching. This book gives them sound advice about setting up classroom routines, math discussions, talking with parents about expectations in math, and more. It is written using a question/answer format which makes it very easy to find the solution to your problem right away. I highly recommend this book to new teachers and to experienced teachers alike.
Nilarius Nilarius
I bought this book because of the author and I found it to contain sound advice, although it was a bit dry at times. I would suggest this book if you are thinking about using CGI math and are not convinced yet!
Mpapa Mpapa
Pre-service teachers really find this book full of ideas to keep in mind as they start their teaching journey. Veterans can find great new ideas, too.