Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, Books a la Carte Edition Plus MyMathLab -- Access Card Package / Edition 4 available in Other Format
Books a la Carte are unbound, three-hole-punch versions of the textbook. This lower cost option is easy to transport and comes with same access code or media that would be packaged with the bound book.
An inquiry-based approach to this course allows future teachers to learn through exploration and group work, leading to a deeper understanding of mathematics. Known for her contributions in math education, Sybilla Beckmann writes the leading text for this approach. In Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, students engage, explore, discuss, and ultimately reach a true understanding of mathematics.
The Fourth Edition provides a new full-color design, making the math come alive. For the first time, the content and activities are combined into the same text, creating a self-contained resource for this course and beyond. Common Core State Standards are integrated to complement the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Focal Points and Standards that appear where appropriate. New From the Field features highlight the latest research, Integrating Mathematics and Pedagogy (IMAP) videos (available separately), children’s literature, views from the classroom, and lesson planning to prepare future teachers for their teaching careers.
|Product dimensions:||8.10(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.50(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Horrible service. Cancelling Order.
STUDENTS BEWARE!!! if you rent this book, you will not receive the MyMathLab - Access Card code as advertised in the TITLE and the OVERVIEW. Unfortunately, we did not read the rental guidelines, which does state that you will not receive the media that is advertised with the book. Shame on us for not going to another page and reading the fine print. Shame on Barnes and Noble for advertising a book that includes in the description "Plus MyMathLab - Access Card Package", but does not actually provide this to rentals. What good does it do a student to rent the book if they don't have the Access Code? No good whatsoever!!