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Facilitator's Guide to Ways to Think About Mathematics

Facilitator's Guide to Ways to Think About Mathematics

November 2004 | 144 pages | Corwin
This Facilitator's Guide will provide staff developers, perservice educators, and math department chairs with all the necessary tools to provide high-quality staff development in secondary mathematics.

This guide and the accompanying CD-ROM contain:

] commentary on the activities

} pedagogical suggestions (materials sequencing, promoting active participation, adapting to the needs of particular teachers)

} vrious solution strategies

} adional reading and problems tied to the content of the main text

} sample solutions for all problems and discussion questions

Introduction: Notes to the Facilitator
1. What is Mathematical Investigation?
2. Dissections and Area
3. Linearity and Proportional Reasoning
4. Pythagoras and Cousins
5. Pascal's Revenge: Combinatorial Algebra

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Chapter 1: What is Mathematical Investigation?

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ISBN: 9781412905206