Styles and Strategies for Teaching High School Mathematics

Un libro in lingua di Thomas Edward J. Brunsting John R. Warrick Pam L. Silver Harvey F. (INT) edito da Corwin Pr, 2010

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Thomas, a professional development consultant, shows high school math teachers how to rotate teaching strategies to engage students with different learning styles and to challenge students to work outside of their preferred learning styles. The classroom instructional strategies are geared to four distinct math learning styles: mastery (step-by-step procedures, vocabulary knowledge, not abstract), understanding (reading word problems, developing a mathematical argument), self-expressive (metaphorical expression, modeling and experimentation), and interpersonal (game competition, cooperative learning, real-world applications). The instructional strategies include directions, examples, planning considerations, and reproducible forms, and can be used with any curriculum or textbook. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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