Active Algebra: Strategies and Lessons for Successfully Teaching Linear Relationships - Book & CD-ROM
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A dynamic curricular pathway to ensuring success in algebra! Based on recent research on the adolescent brain, this book presents a living, working example of how teachers can use active learning techniques to make linear relationships more meaningful for students. In addition to the 10 reproducible, sequenced lessons, this resource offers 7 chapters of guidance in teaching algebra, from using graphing calculators to managing the classroom. This resource also provides connections to NCTM’s Principles and Standards for School Mathematics. Includes comprehensive coverage of: active learning strategies, mental math, student presentations, graphing calculators, classroom management and discipline, authentic classroom experiences, and brain research and mathematics. 192 pages. Includes a CD-ROM with 10 reproducible lessons.
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