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This thorough revision of Teaching Secondary Mathematics: Techniques and Enrichment Units includes the most practical, step-by-step techniques for teaching mathematics in today’s assessment and standards driven environment. Part One on methods discusses all aspects of being a math teacher, from an overview of the discipline, to challenges of teaching today, the role of problem-solving, the importance of planning, assessment strategies, teaching more effective lessons, enriching mathematics instruction, and extracurricular activities for mathematics. Part Two supplies 125 enrichment units that teachers can use right away in their own classrooms that are suitable for the entire secondary school curriculum spectrum. From methods to hands on activities, this highly successful book takes students through the whole process of what teaching mathematics in the secondary schools will be like.
New To This Edition:
NEW: Includes the latest information on changes to student assessment that have been made possible due to innovations in technology.
NEW! Features new content on data driven planning.
NEW! Completely revised technology chapter reflects the rapidly changing technology environment of today.
NEW! No chapters remain untouched!
|1||The challenge of teaching||1|
|2||Long-range and short-range planning||14|
|3||Teaching more effective lessons||63|
|4||The role of problem solving||109|
|5||Using technology to enhance mathematics instruction||135|
|7||Enriching mathematics instruction||197|
|8||Extracurricular activities in mathematics||217|
|Enrichment units for the secondary school classroom||231|