Active Learning in the Mathematics Classroom, Grades 5-8 / Edition 2

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Overview

Thisrevised edition of Multiple Intelligences in the Mathematics Classroomprovides ready-to-use lessons aligned with NCTM content standards to help students gain meaningful understandings of key mathematical concepts.

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Editorial Reviews

Zoma A. Barrett
"Provides the practicing teacher with a treasure trove of activities to build mathematical reasoning and understanding in a way that opens students' eyes to real-world mathematics applications. "
Dawn Brailsford
"Well organized and ideal for a busy teacher. Teachers can select clearly described activities that are appropriate for the students in their classes."
Zoma A. Barrett
"Provides the practicing teacher with a treasure trove of activities to build mathematical reasoning and understanding in a way that opens students' eyes to real-world mathematics applications. "
Dawn Brailsford
"Well organized and ideal for a busy teacher. Teachers can select clearly described activities that are appropriate for the students in their classes. "
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412949781
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 2/13/2007
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Hope Martin is an innovative mathematics teacher with over 40 years of experience. Having worked with children in elementary, middle school, and high school, and with teachers in local universities, she is currently a private consultant facilitating workshops across the United States and Canada. Hope, who was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, began her teaching career in Skokie, Illinois and obtained her Masters Degree in Mathematics Education from Northeastern Illinois University. Hope’s personal experiences and knowledge of educational learning theories have convinced her that students learn mathematics more effectively when they are active participants and see its relevance to their own lives.

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Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgments About the Author NCTM Standards Table
1. Investigations: Estimation, Large Numbers, and Numeration Introduction
$1,000,000 Long How Many Strides to Walk Around the Earth?
Rectangles and Factors Venn Diagrams: LCM and GCF Dessert for a Crowd
5 x 5 Puzzle Cents Chocolate Chip Cookies Music and Fractions Mathematical Palindromes
2. Active Algebra Introduction Patterns, Patterns, Patterns Algebra Jokes The M & M Mystery Algebra Match Inequality Number Line Match Mind Reading or Algebra?
3. Geometry: Our Mathematical Window to the World Introduction Folding a Tangram Making a Tangram Quilt Pentominoes Open-Top Boxes Explorations With Cereal Boxes The Painted Cube Cubes That Grow
4. The Measure of Mathematics Introduction Just How Big Is the Statue of Liberty?
Gummi Worms What Happened 1,000,000 Seconds Ago?
How Long Would It Take to Walk to China? —Through the Center of the Earth Shoe Length vs. Height Eggs Ceterea
5. Data Collection and Probability Introduction Super Survey What Is Your Favorite Subject?
Stars of the NBA Dice and Probability Is This Game Fair?
Dinosaurs and Probability Interactive Web Sites to Make Math/Technology Connections Bibliography

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