# The Five Practices In Practice Elementary

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Author |
: Margaret (Peg) Smith |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 241 |

Release |
: 2019-08-14 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781544321141 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1544321147 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (41 Downloads) |

**Synopsis The Five Practices in Practice [Elementary] by : Margaret (Peg) Smith**

Take a deep dive into the five practices for facilitating productive mathematical discussions Enhance your fluency in the five practices—anticipating, monitoring, selecting, sequencing, and connecting—to bring powerful discussions of mathematical concepts to life in your elementary classroom. This book unpacks the five practices for deeper understanding and empowers you to use each practice effectively. • Video excerpts vividly illustrate the five practices in action in real elementary classrooms • Key questions help you set learning goals, identify high-level tasks, and jumpstart discussion • Prompts guide you to be prepared for and overcome common challenges Includes planning templates, sample lesson plans and completed monitoring tools, and mathematical tasks.

Author |
: Margaret Schwan Smith |

Publisher |
: |

Total Pages |
: 104 |

Release |
: 2011 |

ISBN-10 |
: 1483351114 |

ISBN-13 |
: 9781483351117 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (14 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Five Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions by : Margaret Schwan Smith**

Describes five practices for productive mathematics discussions, including anticipating, monitoring, selecting, sequencing, and connecting.

Author |
: Gerald Aungst |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 141 |

Release |
: 2015-10-09 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781506322995 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1506322999 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (95 Downloads) |

**Synopsis 5 Principles of the Modern Mathematics Classroom by : Gerald Aungst**

Students pursue problems they’re curious about, not problems they’re told to solve. Creating a math classroom filled with confident problem solvers starts by introducing challenges discovered in the real world, not by presenting a sequence of prescribed problems, says Gerald Aungst. In this groundbreaking book, he offers a thoughtful approach for instilling a culture of learning in your classroom through five powerful, yet straightforward principles: Conjecture, Collaboration, Communication, Chaos, and Celebration. Aungst shows you how to Embrace collaboration and purposeful chaos to help students engage in productive struggle, using non-routine and unsolved problems Put each chapter’s principles into practice through a variety of strategies, activities, and by incorporating technology tools Introduce substantive, lasting cultural changes in your classroom through a manageable, gradual shift in processes and behaviors Five Principles of the Modern Mathematics Classroom offers new ideas for inspiring math students by building a more engaging and collaborative learning environment. "Bravo! This book brings a conceptual framework for K-12 mathematics to life. As a parent and as the executive director of Edutopia, I commend Aungst for sharing his 5 principles. This is a perfect blend of inspiring and practical. Highly recommended!" Cindy Johanson, Executive Director, Edutopia George Lucas Educational Foundation "Aungst ignites the magic of mathematics by reminding us what makes mathematicians so passionate about their subject matter. Grounded in research, his work takes us on a journey into classrooms so that we may take away tips to put into practice today." Erin Klein, Teacher, Speaker, and Author of Redesigning Learning Spaces

Author |
: Beth McCord Kobett |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 189 |

Release |
: 2020-02-27 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781544374925 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1544374925 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (25 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Strengths-Based Teaching and Learning in Mathematics by : Beth McCord Kobett**

"This book is a game changer! Strengths-Based Teaching and Learning in Mathematics: 5 Teaching Turnarounds for Grades K- 6 goes beyond simply providing information by sharing a pathway for changing practice. . . Focusing on our students’ strengths should be routine and can be lost in the day-to-day teaching demands. A teacher using these approaches can change the trajectory of students’ lives forever. All teachers need this resource! Connie S. Schrock Emporia State University National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics President, 2017-2019 NEW COVID RESOURCES ADDED: A Parent’s Toolkit to Strengths-Based Learning in Math is now available on the book’s companion website to support families engaged in math learning at home. This toolkit provides a variety of home-based activities and games for families to engage in together. Your game plan for unlocking mathematics by focusing on students’ strengths. We often evaluate student thinking and their work from a deficit point of view, particularly in mathematics, where many teachers have been taught that their role is to diagnose and eradicate students’ misconceptions. But what if instead of focusing on what students don’t know or haven’t mastered, we identify their mathematical strengths and build next instructional steps on students’ points of power? Beth McCord Kobett and Karen S. Karp answer this question and others by highlighting five key teaching turnarounds for improving students’ mathematics learning: identify teaching strengths, discover and leverage students’ strengths, design instruction from a strengths-based perspective, help students identify their points of power, and promote strengths in the school community and at home. Each chapter provides opportunities to stop and consider current practice, reflect, and transfer practice while also sharing · Downloadable resources, activities, and tools · Examples of student work within Grades K–6 · Real teachers’ notes and reflections for discussion It’s time to turn around our approach to mathematics instruction, end deficit thinking, and nurture each student’s mathematical strengths by emphasizing what makes them each unique and powerful.

Author |
: John J. SanGiovanni |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 233 |

Release |
: 2021-08-31 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781071861226 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1071861220 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (26 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Answers to Your Biggest Questions About Teaching Elementary Math by : John J. SanGiovanni**

Your guide to grow and learn as a math teacher! Let’s face it, teaching elementary math can be hard. So much about how we teach math today may look and feel different from how we learned it. Today, we recognize placing the student at the center of their learning increases engagement, motivation, and academic achievement soars. Teaching math in a student-centered way changes the role of the teacher from one who traditionally “delivers knowledge” to one who fosters thinking. Most importantly, we must ensure our practice gives each and every student the opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve at high levels, while providing opportunities to develop their agency and authority in the classroom which results in a positive math identity. Whether you are a brand new teacher or a veteran, if you find teaching math to be quite the challenge, this is the guide you want by your side. Designed for just-in-time learning and support, this practical resource gives you brief, actionable answers to your most pressing questions about teaching elementary math. Written by four experienced math educators representing diverse experiences, these authors offer the practical advice they wish they received years ago, from lessons they′ve learned over decades of practice, research, coaching, and through collaborating with teams, teachers and colleagues—especially new teachers—every day. Questions and answers are organized into five areas of effort that will help you most thrive in your elementary math classroom: 1. How do I build a positive math community? 2. How do I structure, organize, and manage my math class? 3. How do I engage my students in math? 4. How do I help my students talk about math? 5. How do I know what my students know and move them forward? Woven throughout, you′ll find helpful sidebar notes on fostering identity and agency; access and equity; teaching in different settings; and invaluable resources for deeper learning. The final question—Where do I go from here?— offers guidance for growing your practice over time. Strive to become the best math educator you can be; your students are counting on it! What will be your first step on the journey?

Author |
: Peter Liljedahl |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 454 |

Release |
: 2020-09-28 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781544374840 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1544374844 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (40 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, Grades K-12 by : Peter Liljedahl**

A thinking student is an engaged student Teachers often find it difficult to implement lessons that help students go beyond rote memorization and repetitive calculations. In fact, institutional norms and habits that permeate all classrooms can actually be enabling "non-thinking" student behavior. Sparked by observing teachers struggle to implement rich mathematics tasks to engage students in deep thinking, Peter Liljedahl has translated his 15 years of research into this practical guide on how to move toward a thinking classroom. Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, Grades K–12 helps teachers implement 14 optimal practices for thinking that create an ideal setting for deep mathematics learning to occur. This guide Provides the what, why, and how of each practice and answers teachers’ most frequently asked questions Includes firsthand accounts of how these practices foster thinking through teacher and student interviews and student work samples Offers a plethora of macro moves, micro moves, and rich tasks to get started Organizes the 14 practices into four toolkits that can be implemented in order and built on throughout the year When combined, these unique research-based practices create the optimal conditions for learner-centered, student-owned deep mathematical thinking and learning, and have the power to transform mathematics classrooms like never before.

Author |
: Beth McCord Kobett |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 348 |

Release |
: 2021-04-14 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781071841068 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1071841068 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (68 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Classroom-Ready Rich Math Tasks, Grades 4-5 by : Beth McCord Kobett**

Detailed plans for helping elementary students experience deep mathematical learning Do you work tirelessly to make your math lessons meaningful, challenging, accessible, and engaging? Do you spend hours you don’t have searching for, adapting, and creating tasks to provide rich experiences for your students that supplement your mathematics curriculum? Help has arrived! Classroom Ready-Rich Math Tasks for Grades 4-5 details more than 50 research- and standards-aligned, high-cognitive-demand tasks that will have your students doing deep-problem-based learning. These ready-to-implement, engaging tasks connect skills, concepts and practices, while encouraging students to reason, problem-solve, discuss, explore multiple solution pathways, connect multiple representations, and justify their thinking. They help students monitor their own thinking and connect the mathematics they know to new situations. In other words, these tasks allow students to truly do mathematics! Written with a strengths-based lens and an attentiveness to all students, this guide includes: • Complete task-based lessons, referencing mathematics standards and practices, vocabulary, and materials • Downloadable planning tools, student resource pages, and thoughtful questions, and formative assessment prompts • Guidance on preparing, launching, facilitating, and reflecting on each task • Notes on access and equity, focusing on students’ strengths, productive struggle, and distance or alternative learning environments. With concluding guidance on adapting or creating additional rich tasks for your students, this guide will help you give all of your students the deepest, most enriching and engaging mathematics learning experience possible.

Author |
: John J. SanGiovanni |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 193 |

Release |
: 2019-08-06 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781544374956 |

ISBN-13 |
: 154437495X |

Rating |
: 4/5 (56 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Daily Routines to Jump-Start Math Class, Elementary School by : John J. SanGiovanni**

Do your students need more practice to develop number sense and reasoning? Are you looking to engage your students with activities that are uncomplicated, worthwhile, and doable? Have you had success with number talks but do your students crave more variety? Have you ever thought, "What can I do differently?" Swap out traditional warmup practices and captivate your elementary students with these new, innovative, and ready-to-go routines! Trusted elementary math expert John J. SanGiovanni details 20 classroom-proven practice routines to help you ignite student engagement, reinforce learning, and prepare students for the lesson ahead. Each quick and lively activity spurs mathematics discussion and provides a structure for talking about numbers, number concepts, and number sense. Designed to jump-start mathematics reasoning in any elementary classroom, the routines are: Rich with content-specific examples and extensions Modifiable to work with math content at any K-5 grade level Compatible with any textbook or core mathematics curriculum Practical, easy-to-implement, and flexible for use as a warm-up or other activity Accompanied by online slides and video demonstrations, the easy 5–10 minute routines become your go-to materials for a year’s work of daily plug-and-play short-burst reasoning and fluency instruction that reinforces learning and instills mathematics confidence in students. Students’ brains are most ready to learn in the first few minutes of math class. Give math practice routines a makeover in your classroom with these 20 meaningful and energizing warmups for learning crucial mathematics skills and concepts, and make every minute count.

Author |
: Timothy J. McNamara |

Publisher |
: Corwin Press |

Total Pages |
: 265 |

Release |
: 2007 |

ISBN-10 |
: 9781412938426 |

ISBN-13 |
: 1412938422 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (26 Downloads) |

**Synopsis Key Concepts in Mathematics by : Timothy J. McNamara**

"Includes a large number of user-friendly examples that integrate mathematics content and process standards. The step-by-step guidance and explanations in each chapter are beneficial."-Melissa Miller, TeacherRandall G. Lynch Middle School, Farmington, AR "Great activities that are exploratory in nature. A valuable resource."-Carol Amos, Teacher Leader and Mathematics CoordinatorTwinfield Union School, Plainfield, VT Increase students' mathematics achievement with rich problem-solving lessons and activities that are aligned with NCTM standards! Helping teachers envision how math standards can be integrated into the secondary classroom, Key Concepts in Mathematics, Second Edition presents engaging activities and ready-to-use lessons aligned with NCTM content and process standards. This user-friendly book by mathematics educator Timothy J. McNamara is filled with a generous collection of lessons for each of the ten NCTM standards, with many activities that address multiple standards, and numerous practical suggestions for extending the lessons beyond the curriculum. In addition, this updated resource combines standards-based mathematics and technology by incorporating TI-73 Explorer(tm) and TI-83 Plus graphing calculator applications and programs. Each chapter offers: Ready-to-use lessons, hands-on activities, practical suggestions, and an abundance of "good problems" Suggestions for integrating multiple topics and concepts in each lesson Strategies to strengthen student engagement, understanding, and retention by building connections among mathematics topics This exciting guide delivers exactly what is needed for today's standards-based math classroom!

Author |
: Julia Aguirre |

Publisher |
: |

Total Pages |
: 126 |

Release |
: 2013 |

ISBN-10 |
: 0873536894 |

ISBN-13 |
: 9780873536899 |

Rating |
: 4/5 (94 Downloads) |

**Synopsis The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics Learning and Teaching by : Julia Aguirre**

Each teacher and student brings many identities to the classroom. What is their impact on the student’s learning and the teacher’s teaching of mathematics? This book invites K–8 teachers to reflect on their own and their students’ multiple identities. Rich possibilities for learning result when teachers draw on these identities to offer high-quality, equity-based teaching to all students. Reflecting on identity and re-envisioning learning and teaching through this lens especially benefits students who have been marginalized by race, class, ethnicity, or gender. The authors encourage teachers to reframe instruction by using five equity-based mathematics teaching practices: Going deep with mathematics; leveraging multiple mathematical competencies; affirming mathematics learners’ identities; challenging spaces of marginality; and drawing on multiple resources of knowledge. Special features of the book: Classroom vignettes, lessons, and assessments showing equity-based practices Tools for teachers’ self-reflection and professional development, including a mathematics learning autobiography and teacher identity activity at nctm.org/more4u Suggestions for partnering with parents and community organisations End-of-chapter discussion questions