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by John Van de Walle and Sandra Folk

ISBN13: 978-0205750627

ISBN10: 0205750621 Edition: 2ND 08

Copyright: 2008

Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

Published: 2008

International: No

ISBN10: 0205750621 Edition: 2ND 08

Copyright: 2008

Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

Published: 2008

International: No

Elementary and Middle School Mathematics, Second Canadian Edition, is intended primarily for pre-service and practicing elementary and junior high school mathematics teachers in Canada. Elementary Mathematics is usually offered as a one-semester course in Faculties of Education at universities and transfer colleges.

Elementary and Middle School Mathematics provides an unparalleled depth of ideas and discussion to help students develop a real understanding of the mathematics they will teach. John Van de Walle is one of the foremost experts on how children learn mathematics, and 80 percent of students keep his book for reference when they enter the classroom. Now in its second Canadian edition, this text continues to show the benefits of constructivist - or student centered - mathematics instruction. Most importantly, it provides a strong theoretical perspective on children's learning of mathematics - not just a casual overview.

I. FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS.

1. Teaching Mathematics in the Context of the Reform Movement.

2. Exploring What It Means to Do Mathematics.

3. Developing Understanding in Mathematics.

4. Teaching Through Problem Solving.

5. Building Assessment into Instruction.

II. DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND PROCEDURES.

6. Developing Early Number Concepts and Number Sense.

7. Developing Meanings for the Operations.

8. Helping Children Master the Basic Facts.

9. Whole-Number Place-Value Development.

10. Strategies for Whole-Number Computation.

11. Number Sense and Estimation with Whole Numbers.

12. Developing Fractional Concepts.

13. Computation with Fractions.

14. Decimal and Percent Concepts and Decimal Computation.

15. Developing Concepts of Ratio and Proportion.

16. Developing Measurement Concepts.

17. Geometric Thinking and Geometric Concepts.

18. Exploring Concepts of Probability and Data Analysis.

19. Algebraic Reasoning, Functions, and Functional Relationships.

20. Developing Concepts of Exponents, Integers, and Real Numbers.

III. ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES.

21. Planning for Effective Instruction.

22. Teaching All Children Mathematics.

23. Technology and School Mathematics.

Appendix A: Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: Content Standards and Grade Level Expectations.

Appendix B: Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics: Teaching Standards.

References.

Index.

Blackline Masters and Materials Construction Tips.

John Van de Walle and Sandra Folk

ISBN13: 978-0205750627ISBN10: 0205750621 Edition: 2ND 08

Copyright: 2008

Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

Published: 2008

International: No

Elementary and Middle School Mathematics, Second Canadian Edition, is intended primarily for pre-service and practicing elementary and junior high school mathematics teachers in Canada. Elementary Mathematics is usually offered as a one-semester course in Faculties of Education at universities and transfer colleges.

Elementary and Middle School Mathematics provides an unparalleled depth of ideas and discussion to help students develop a real understanding of the mathematics they will teach. John Van de Walle is one of the foremost experts on how children learn mathematics, and 80 percent of students keep his book for reference when they enter the classroom. Now in its second Canadian edition, this text continues to show the benefits of constructivist - or student centered - mathematics instruction. Most importantly, it provides a strong theoretical perspective on children's learning of mathematics - not just a casual overview.

Table of Contents

I. FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS.

1. Teaching Mathematics in the Context of the Reform Movement.

2. Exploring What It Means to Do Mathematics.

3. Developing Understanding in Mathematics.

4. Teaching Through Problem Solving.

5. Building Assessment into Instruction.

II. DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND PROCEDURES.

6. Developing Early Number Concepts and Number Sense.

7. Developing Meanings for the Operations.

8. Helping Children Master the Basic Facts.

9. Whole-Number Place-Value Development.

10. Strategies for Whole-Number Computation.

11. Number Sense and Estimation with Whole Numbers.

12. Developing Fractional Concepts.

13. Computation with Fractions.

14. Decimal and Percent Concepts and Decimal Computation.

15. Developing Concepts of Ratio and Proportion.

16. Developing Measurement Concepts.

17. Geometric Thinking and Geometric Concepts.

18. Exploring Concepts of Probability and Data Analysis.

19. Algebraic Reasoning, Functions, and Functional Relationships.

20. Developing Concepts of Exponents, Integers, and Real Numbers.

III. ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES.

21. Planning for Effective Instruction.

22. Teaching All Children Mathematics.

23. Technology and School Mathematics.

Appendix A: Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: Content Standards and Grade Level Expectations.

Appendix B: Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics: Teaching Standards.

References.

Index.

Blackline Masters and Materials Construction Tips.