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Differentiating Math Instruction: Strategies That Work for K-8 Classrooms / Edition 2 available in Paperback
With recommendations based on the 2008 National Mathematics Advisory Panel report, this updated resource provides classroom-ready strategies for differentiating math instruction.
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
Table of Contents
Preface: How to Use This Book Acknowledgments About the Author
1. The Mathematical Brain and High-Impact Teaching Teaching Mathematics Through Differentiating Instruction The Mathematical Brain Brains as Prioritizing Filters Number Sense Multiple Intelligences: Avenues for Learning Math Summary of Brain Research Instructional Phases for Developing Math Skills Teaching Strategy: Mathematical Games to Develop Number Sense SHEMR: A Tool for High-Impact Learning in Mathematics Evaluating One’s Own Instructional Planning What’s Next?
2. Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention in Mathematics Differentiation and Response to Intervention: Refocusing Math Instruction Teaching Phases in the Direct Instruction Lesson Problems With Direct Instruction in a Large Class Teaching Strategy: The Guess, Assess, and Tear Out Tactic A Differentiated Instruction Lesson Example Teaching Strategy: Using Guess, Assess, and Tear Out! Moving From Direct Instruction to Differentiated Instruction in Math The Omega Group The Mainline Instruction Group The Beta Group Is Further Differentiation Needed?
Anything Wrong With This Scenario? Enhancing the Differentiated Instruction Model Guidelines for Differentiated Lesson Planning Results of Differentiated Lessons A Differentiated Instruction Overview: What It Is and What It Isn’t Response to Intervention in Mathematics Case Study: A RTI for Number Sense and Early Math Skill What’s Next?
3. Differentiating for Primary and Elementary Math Research on Math Readiness Steps in Developing Early Math Skills Teaching Strategy: A Concrete, Semi-Concrete, Abstract Learning Tactic Using CSA in the Classroom CSA in the Higher Grades Summary: CSA Tactic Teaching Strategy: The Errorless Learning Procedures Summary: Errorless Learning Teaching Strategy: Classwide Peer Tutoring for Differentiating in the Math Class What’s Next?
4. Differentiating for Deep Conceptual Understanding High-Impact Teaching for Operations in Math The Debate on Calculators in Elementary Mathematics Constructivist Theory and Understanding of Mathematics Using Cognitive Guided Visualization Scaffolded Instruction in Math Debate on What a Scaffold Is Graphic Representations of Word Problem Schemas Using a Representational Strategy Teaching Expanded Notation and Partialing Process Mnemonics Strategies to Teach Computation Research Support What’s Next?
5. Differentiating With Learning Strategies The Brain Research Basis for Metacognitive Theory and Tactics Learning Strategies for Word Problems The Schema-Based Math Strategy Differentiated Tear Out Activities for Story Problem Schemas What’s Next?
6. Differentiating in the Middle Grades Working Toward Higher-Order Thinking Teaching Strategy: Anchored Instruction Teaching Games in Higher Grades The PASS Strategy Moving On Up! Math Instruction Guidelines for Secondary Learners Appendix References Index