Elementary And Middle School Mathematics by John A Van De Walle, Sixth Edition

Elementary And Middle School Mathematics by John A Van De Walle, Sixth Edition

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This leading K-8 math methods text has the most coverage of the NCTM standards, the strongest coverage of middle school mathematics, and the highest student approval of any text currently available. 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, one of the foremost experts on how children learn mathematics, finds that 80 percent of the students who purchase this book keep it for reference when they begin their professional teaching careers. This text reflects the NCTM Principles and Standards and the benefits of constructivist--or student-centered--mathematics instruction. Moreover, it is structured for maximum flexibility, offering 24 brief, compartmentalized chapters that may be mixed and matched to fit any course or teaching approach.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0205483925
ISBN-13 9780205483921

Condition: Book is in excellent condition. First pages is marked with black marker.

Key Details
Author John Van De Walle
Number Of Pages 576 pages
Edition Description Revised
Series Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2006-02-01
Language English
Publisher Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication Year 2006

Additional Details
Edition Number 6
Copyright Date 2007
Illustrated Yes

Weight 41.5 Oz
Height 0.8 In.
Width 8.6 In.
Length 10.8 In.

Target Audience
Group Trade

Classification Method
LCCN 2005-057485
LC Classification Number QA135.6.V36 2007
Dewey Decimal 510.712
Dewey Edition 22

Table Of Content
Table Of Content A Message from the Author Research in mathematics education has consistently found that understanding and skills are best developed when students are allowed to wrestle with new ideas, to create and defend solutions to problems, and to participate in a mathematical community of learners. This student-centered, problem-based approach to learning is a central theme of this book. Learning how best to help children believe that mathematics makes sense and that they themselves can make sense of mathematics is an exciting endeavor and a lifelong process. It requires the knowledge gained from research, the wisdom shared by professional colleagues, and the insightful ideas that come from your own daily experiences with students. I hope that this book will assist you on this fantastic journey. Praise for Elementary and Middle School Mathematics This is absolutely the best book on the market. No other book comes close. Sandra L. McCune, Stephen F. Austin University I particularly like the emphasis on doing math more than one way (invented math) and the emphasis on problem solving. There is a wealth of resources and children's books for students to use in their development of concepts. Carol Geller, Radford University This text is not only a valuable tool in making sense of and encouraging the use of mathematics by preservice teachers, but also for those educators already in the field. Marilyn Nash, Indiana University South Bend About the Author John A. Van de Walle is Professor Emeritus, Virginia Commonwealth University. As a mathematics education consultant, he regularly works with K-8 teachers and in elementary school classrooms and has taught mathematics to children at all levels, K-8. He is also a coauthor of the Scott Foresman, Addison Wesley Mathematics K,6 series. Jennifer M. Bay-Williams has written a Field Experience Guide to accompany the text. Organized to cover all NCATE and NCTM standards and correlated to all chapters of the text, the Field Experience Guide is packed with field-based assignments and reproducible forms to record your experiences. The guide also includes additional activities for students, full-size versions of the Blackline Masters in the text, and 16 extended lesson plans written by John Van de Walle. For more information or to purchase a copy, visit www.ablongman.com and search for the ISBN (0-205-49314-9., Section I Teaching Mathematics: Foundations and Perspectives chapter1 Teaching Mathematics in the Era of the NCTMStandards chapter2 Exploring What It Means to Do Mathematics chapter3 Developing Understanding in Mathematics chapter4 Teaching Through Problem Solving chapter5 Planning in the Problem-Based Classroom chapter6 Building Assessment into Instruction chapter7 Teaching Mathematics Equitably to All Children chapter8 Technology and School Mathematics Section II Development of Mathematical Concepts and Procedures chapter9 Developing Early Number Concepts and Number Sense chapter10 Developing Meanings for the Operations chapter11 Helping Children Master the Basic Facts chapter12 Whole-Number Place-Value Development chapter13 Strategies for Whole-Number Computation chapter14 Computational Estimation with Whole Numbers chapter15 Algebraic Thinking: Generalizations, Patterns, and Functions chapter16 Developing Fraction Concepts chapter<

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