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The world of elementary mathematics teaching is undergoing dramatic changes. Pressures from reform have come from professional organizations as well as from political voices and the general public. Teachers and teacher educators have shown a willingness to find better ways to teach elementary mathematics, but learning new ways is sometimes difficult. This book invites readers to observe the interactions between and among children and teachers. The second edition of this book presents the essentials of pertinent research, valued classroom methodology, and current practice in teaching elementary math. One of the book's goals is to show the reader the integration of the NCTM Standards throughout the book. Topics covered include: general procedures and concerns, organizational plans, planning for groups, number concepts, algorithms, fractions and decimals, ratio and proportion, percent and probability, measurement and geometry, and more. Teachers and teacher educators.
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James Schwartz is currently an Associate Professor of Education at Ralph C. Wilson School of Education, St. John Fisher College. He has a rich experience as both an elementary teacher and teacher-educator. James has contributed to various texts including "Essentials of Educational Technology 1/e," (Allyn and Bacon, 1999); "Essentials of Elementary Mathematics 2/e," (Allyn and Bacon, 1999); and "Teaching Elementary School Mathematics 6/e," (Allyn and Bacon, 1996).
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