4 edition of Teaching elementary mathematics in a technological age found in the catalog.
Teaching elementary mathematics in a technological age
James H. Wiebe
|Statement||James H. Wiebe.|
|LC Classifications||QA135.5 .W477 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 451 p. :|
|Number of Pages||451|
|LC Control Number||88156477|
Using Manipulatives What Is It? Manipulatives are physical objects that are used as teaching tools to engage students in the hands-on learning of mathematics. They can be used to introduce, practice, or remediate a concept. A manipulative may be as simple as grains of rice or as sophisticated as a model of our solar system. A Brief History of Mathematics Education in America Jessica Furr (Waggener) Spring There is no shortage of analyses or critiques on the teaching of mathematics, especially since the s. This paper, however, is not intended to be a survey of ideas or research, but will attempt to draw from textbooks, studies, and reviews in their.
For example, when teaching a new math concept, a teacher would first walk the student through each step to complete the task. As the student begins to gain an understanding of the concept, the teacher would gradually reduce the support, moving away from step-by-step direction in favor of nudges and reminders until the student could complete the Author: Stacy Jagodowski. Teaching math to kids with online games is a popular method of engagement. Here are two free websites that feature a wide variety of interactive games for students in grades is an award-winning educational website that offers free multiplayer games, arcade math games, and more.
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This book is based on the underlying philosophy that mathematics learning at the elementary level should be active.
Children should learn through meaningful hands-on activities with manipulative materials, pictures and technology. More than pupil activities and suggestions for designing more activities are described. Because mathematics is to be used in real world problem solving, mental Author: James H.
Wiebe. Get this from a library. Teaching elementary mathematics in a technological age. [James H Wiebe]. Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics Teaching elementary mathematics in a technological age book the nature and development of the knowledge that elementary teachers need to become accomplished mathematics teachers, and suggests why such knowledge seems more common in China than in the United States, despite the fact that Chinese teachers have less formal education than their U.S Cited by: Technology in the Teaching.
of Mathematics. he field of mathematics education has changed greatly because of technology. Educational. technology can facilitate simple computation and the visualization of mathematics situations and relationships, allowing students to better comprehend mathematical concepts in File Size: KB.
Pedagogy of Mathematics Teaching Mathematics pedagogy focuses on the ways in which teachers help their students come to understand and be able to do and use mathematics. This standard identifies several components of pedagogy that are essential to quality teaching. These components act as a series of lenses through which teachersFile Size: KB.
Mathematics for Future Elementary Teachers, 5 th Edition connects the foundations of teaching elementary math and the “why” behind procedures, formulas and reasoning so students gain a deeper understanding to bring into their own classrooms.
Through her text, Beckmann teaches mathematical principles while addressing the realities of being a /5(35). Teachers' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Perceptions About Mathematics Teaching: How Do They Relate to TPACK?: /ch Providing a study on mathematics teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK), the goal of this chapter is to investigate the predictiveAuthor: Adem Ekmekci, Anne Papakonstantinou, Richard Parr, Miten Shah.
Here are seven effective strategies for teaching elementary math: 1. Make it hands-on. Elementary math can be difficult because it involves learning new, abstract concepts that can be tricky for children to visualize.
Try to imagine what it's like for a five-year-old to see an addition problem for the very first time. MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS, 6E offers future teachers a comprehensive mathematics course designed to foster concept development through examples, investigations, and explorations.
In this text, intended for the one- or two-semester course required of Education majors, Bassarear demonstrates that there are many paths to solving a Price: $ I teach graduate courses including TTE Groupwork for Diverse Classrooms, TTE Discourse and Identity, TTE Equity and Social Justice in Science and Mathematics Education, andTTE Learning in Science and Mathematics.I also teach an undergraduate course:TTE Teaching Elementary School Mathematics in a Technological Age.
Abstract. The preparation of preservice teachers to use technology is one of the most critical issues facing teacher education programs. In response to the growing need for technological literacy, the University of Northern Colorado created a second methods course.
Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, Washington, D.C., children’s skills in and positive attitudes toward mathematics. Starting in elementary school, children should be learning beginning concepts in algebra, geometry, This booklet includes a range of activities for families with children from preschool age through grade 5.
Teaching Mathematics Better and Teaching Better Mathematics As discussed in other research notes in the series, integrating technology into the classroom can improve mathematics teaching. In addition, teachers can use technology to introduce better mathematics (Roschelle et al., ).
For example, teachers can focus less on memorizing factsFile Size: KB. This Professional Development Edition is uniquely designed to help coaches and other teacher leaders make the most out of Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally.
A new Coach/Teacher Leader Guide to this Book follows the Preface to explain how the book can support coaches/teacher leaders facilitating various forms of professional development, including professional Format: Digital Access Code.
Educators will examine research related to elementary school mathematics and science instruction with an emphasis on innovative programs and approaches.
Activities include analyzing and evaluating educational trends, curricular materials, and techniques related to teaching mathematics and science to elementary school children. Provide opportunities to participate in contests such as Mathematical Olympiads for the Elementary School (grades ), Math Counts (grades ), and the American Junior High School Mathematics Exam (grades ) or the American High School Mathematics Exam (grades ).
Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Preparation and Support of Mathematics Teachers: /ch The purpose of this study was to analyze the literature regarding implementation of the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework in theAuthor: Rachel A.
Harrington, Shannon O. Driskell, Christopher J. Johnston, Christine A. Browning, Margaret. Overall, the authors found that, on average, there was a high, significantly positive effect of digital technology on mathematics achievement (mean effect size of ), indicating that, in general, learners learning mathematics with the use of digital technology had higher mathematics achievement than those learning without digital technology.
Meant for the one- or two-semester course required of Education majors, MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS, 5E, supplies future teachers an entire arithmetic course designed to foster concept enchancment by means of examples, investigations, and explorations.
Name the major science process skills 2. Understand how we use science process skills not only in the “lab” but in everyday life 3.
Better understand how to practice science process skills with your children 4. List activities you can use to teach the science process skills 2File Size: 57KB. George E.
Hein and Sabra Assessment for Active Science: A Guide for Elementary School Teachers. Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, pp.
Price: $ (ISBN ). Active Assessment for Active Science is designed for teachers who develop their own assessments for hands-on science. This guide combines practical discussion with well-written theoretical information .This yearbook aims to stimulate and answer questions that all educators of mathematics need to consider to adapt school mathematics for the 21st century.
The papers included in this book cover a wide variety of topics, including student-invented algorithms, the assessment of such algorithms, algorithms from history and other cultures, ways that algorithms grow and change, and the Cited by: Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (MTMS) is an official peer-reviewed journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and is intended as a resource for middle school students, teachers, and teacher educators.