Teaching Mathematics in Diverse Classrooms for Grades K-4 emphasizes that effective mathematics teaching promotes understanding which provides a sound basis for skill development, all resulting in better learning retention. In a user-friendly format, presenting language consistent with the language used to teach children, the authors of this resource stress that when mathematical information is connected to what students already know about mathematics, it is easier for them to learn and recall. To that end they present the development of mathematical content based on a small number of easy-to-understand and easy-to-teach big ideas.
|Publication date:||23rd May 2012|
|Author:||Benny F. Tucker, Ann H. Singleton, Terry L. Weaver|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Teaching of a specific subject, Educational: Mathematics & numeracy, Primary & middle schools,|
Benny F. Tucker earned his PhD at the University of Illinois in 1975. He has authored or co-authored more than 50 books, on topics ranging from teaching methods for elementary schoolmathematicsto the use of instructional activities in the mathematics classroom. He has authored or co-authored more than 20 articles in professional journals and has made more than 30 presentations at professional conferences. Ann Haltom Singleton is Associate Dean of the School of Education at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She earned her EdD in Special Education from the University of Memphis. Her research areas include leadership development and mathematics instruction, especially in inclusive settings. ...More About Benny F. Tucker, Ann H. Singleton, Terry L. Weaver