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Count on math : activities for small hands and lively minds / by Schiller, Pamela Byrne(SAGE)1823149; Peterson, Lynne,1955-(SAGE)1895025;
"For ages 3-7"--Cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Mathematics; Mathematics;
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Common Core Sense [electronic resource] : Tapping the Power of the Mathematical Practices by Moynihan, Christine.;
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1 Mathematical Practice 1: Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them; CHAPTER 2 Mathematical Practice 2: Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively; CHAPTER 3 Mathematical Practice 3: Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others; CHAPTER 4 Mathematical Practice 4: Model with Mathematics; CHAPTER 5 Mathematical Practice 5: Use Appropriate Tools Strategically; CHAPTER 6 Mathematical Practice 6: Attend to PrecisionCHAPTER 7 Mathematical Practice 7: Look For and Make Use of StructureCHAPTER 8 Mathematical Practice 8: Look For and Express Regularity in Repeated Reasoning; CHAPTER 9 Moving Forward; REFERENCES; INDEXThe Standards for Mathematical Practice provide an excellent foundation for encouraging students to think, reason, and persevere like mathematicians. Many elementary school teachers, however, face a challenge unpacking these practices and figuring out how to implement them in their classrooms. Christine Moynihan wrote Common Core Sense: Tapping the Power of the Mathematical Practices with the goal of making the practices more explicit, learnable, and accessible. Moynihan shows what each practice might look, sound, and feel like in the classroom using the four-part GOLD framework:. G - Go for t
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- Standards.; Mathematics -- Study and teaching.; Mathematics;
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Elements of Mathematics : From Euclid to Godel. by Stillwell, John.(DLC)1695888;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- 1 Elementary Topics -- 1.1 Arithmetic -- 1.2 Computation -- 1.3 Algebra -- 1.4 Geometry -- 1.5 Calculus -- 1.6 Combinatorics -- 1.7 Probability -- 1.8 Logic -- 1.9 Historical Remarks -- 1.10 Philosophical Remarks -- 2 Arithmetic -- 2.1 The Euclidean Algorithm -- 2.2 Continued Fractions -- 2.3 Prime Numbers -- 2.4 Finite Arithmetic -- 2.5 Quadratic Integers -- 2.6 The Gaussian Integers -- 2.7 Euler's Proof Revisited -- 2.8 √2 and the Pell Equation -- 2.9 Historical Remarks -- 2.10 Philosophical Remarks -- 3 Computation -- 3.1 Numerals -- 3.2 Addition -- 3.3 Multiplication -- 3.4 Division -- 3.5 Exponentiation -- 3.6 P and NP Problems -- 3.7 Turing Machines -- 3.8 *Unsolvable Problems -- 3.9 *Universal Machines -- 3.10 Historical Remarks -- 3.11 Philosophical Remarks -- 4 Algebra -- 4.1 Classical Algebra -- 4.2 Rings -- 4.3 Fields -- 4.4 Two Theorems Involving Inverses -- 4.5 Vector Spaces -- 4.6 Linear Dependence, Basis, and Dimension -- 4.7 Rings of Polynomials -- 4.8 Algebraic Number Fields -- 4.9 Number Fields as Vector Spaces -- 4.10 Historical Remarks -- 4.11 Philosophical Remarks -- 5 Geometry -- 5.1 Numbers and Geometry -- 5.2 Euclid's Theory of Angles -- 5.3 Euclid's Theory of Area -- 5.4 Straightedge and Compass Constructions -- 5.5 Geometric Realization of Algebraic Operations -- 5.6 Algebraic Realization of Geometric Constructions -- 5.7 Vector Space Geometry -- 5.8 Introducing Length via the Inner Product -- 5.9 Constructible Number Fields -- 5.10 Historical Remarks -- 5.11 Philosophical Remarks -- 6 Calculus -- 6.1 Geometric Series -- 6.2 Tangents and Differentiation -- 6.3 Calculating Derivatives -- 6.4 Curved Areas -- 6.5 The Area under y = x^n -- 6.6 *The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus -- 6.7 Power Series for the Logarithm -- 6.8 *The Inverse Tangent Function and π.6.9 Elementary Functions -- 6.10 Historical Remarks -- 6.11 Philosophical Remarks -- 7 Combinatorics -- 7.1 The Infinitude of Primes -- 7.2 Binomial Coefficients and Fermat's Little Theorem -- 7.3 Generating Functions -- 7.4 Graph Theory -- 7.5 Trees -- 7.6 Planar Graphs -- 7.7 The Euler Polyhedron Formula -- 7.8 Nonplanar Graphs -- 7.9 *The Kőnig Infinity Lemma -- 7.10 Sperner's Lemma -- 7.11 Historical Remarks -- 7.12 Philosophical Remarks -- 8 Probability -- 8.1 Probability and Combinatorics -- 8.2 Gambler's Ruin -- 8.3 Random Walk -- 8.4 Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation -- 8.5 *The Bell Curve -- 8.6 Historical Remarks -- 8.7 Philosophical Remarks -- 9 Logic -- 9.1 Propositional Logic -- 9.2 Tautologies, Identities, and Satisfiability -- 9.3 Properties, Relations, and Quantifiers -- 9.4 Induction -- 9.5 *Peano Arithmetic -- 9.6 *The Real Numbers -- 9.7 *Infinity -- 9.8 *Set Theory -- 9.9 *Reverse Mathematics -- 9.10 Historical Remarks -- 9.11 Philosophical Remarks -- 10 Some Advanced Mathematics -- 10.1 Arithmetic: the Pell Equation -- 10.2 Computation: the Word Problem -- 10.3 Algebra: the Fundamental Theorem -- 10.4 Geometry: the Projective Line -- 10.5 Calculus: Wallis's Product for π -- 10.6 Combinatorics: Ramsey Theory -- 10.7 Probability: de Moivre's Distribution -- 10.8 Logic: the Completeness Theorem -- 10.9 Historical and Philosophical Remarks -- Bibliography -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mathematics--Study and teaching (Higher).;
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Mathematical reasoning for elementary teachers / by Long, Calvin T.(SAGE)1732357; DeTemple, Duane W.(SAGE)1873414;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Mathematics;
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How children learn mathematics : teaching implications of Piaget's research / by Copeland, Richard W.(SAGE)1680886;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Mathematics;
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About teaching mathematics : a K-8 resource / by Burns, Marilyn,1941-(SAGE)1646796;
Includes bibliographical references (p. [243]-254) and index.
Subjects: Mathematics;
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Making numbers make sense : a sourcebook for developing numeracy / by Ritchhart, Ron.(SAGE)1895461;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 162-163)
Subjects: Mathematics;
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Continuous improvement in the mathematics classroom. by Ayres, Carolyn,1943-(SAGE)1918070;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Mathematics;
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Math magic : the human calculator shows how to master everyday math problems in seconds / by Flansburg, Scott(SAGE)1860783; Hay, Victoria(SAGE)1860787;
Subjects: Mathematics;
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Math magic : the human calculator shows how to master everyday math problems in seconds / by Flansburg, Scott(SAGE)1860783; Hay, Victoria(SAGE)1860787;
Subjects: Mathematics;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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