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Inspiring, empowering, and preparing preservice teachers for today's classroom, ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS IS ANYTHING BUT ELEMENTARY: CONTENT AND METHODS FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE is a comprehensive program that delivers both a content and a methods text. Serving as a professional development guide for both pre-service and in-service teachers, this text's integrated coverage helps dissolve the line between content and methodsand consequently bolsters teachers'' confidence in their delivery of math instruction. A strong emphasis on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics five core standards provides key information common to most state curricula relative to NCTM standards for pre-K through sixth grade. In addition, text content is based on thorough elementary mathematical scope and sequences that have been shown to be an effective means for guiding the delivery of curriculum and instruction.
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About the Author
Damon Bahr is an Associate Professor at Brigham Young University. He previously served as an Associate Professor of Teacher Education at Utah Valley State College. Dr. Bahr is active in the NCTM and the Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, where he was president in 2002. He has an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Science (Evaluation, Measurement, and Research Emphasis), an M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Utah State University, and a B.S. in Elementary Education (Mathematics Minor) from Brigham Young University.
Lisa Ann de Garcia currently teaches math methods courses in the Teacher Education department at Brigham Young University. She comes from San Diego Unified School District where she was an elementary bilingual classroom teacher as well as a math coach/staff developer. She is an active member of both NCTM and NCSM as well as Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
Table of Contents
1. Mathematical Literacy: Acquiring the Big Ideas While Doing Mathematics. 2. The Foundation of All Math Learning: Representations of Early Number Concepts. 3. Informing Our Decisions: Assessment and Single-digit Addition and Subtraction. 4. A Look at Mathematical Literacy Through Communication and Numeration. 5. Learning with Understanding: Concepts and Procedures and Multi-digit Addition and Subtraction. 6. Instructional Models: A Look at Inquiry-Based Teaching with Single-digit Multiplication and Division. 7. Lesson Design: Learning How to Create Inquiry Lessons: Using Multi-digit Multiplication and Division. 8. Fluency Through Meaningful Practice: Mathematical Routines and Algebraic Thinking. 9. Instructional Goals and Number Theory/Integers. 10. High and Low Level Tasks & Fractional Number Sense . 11. Curriculum Integration and Fraction Computation. 12. Primary and Second Language Issues in Mathematics and Decimals, Percents, and Rations. 13. Exceptional Learners and Geometric and Spatial Reasoning. 14. Teaching Measurement in a Meaning-Centered Classroom. 15. Technology Integrations and Data Analysis and Probability.