Strategies for Teaching Whole Number Computation

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Strategies for Teaching Whole Number Computation

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Using Error Analysis for Intervention and Assessment
Gr. K-5 A proven approach to mathematics teaching that adds up to student success! Combining error analysis with timely and specific intervention based on conceptual understanding allows you to get to the cause of students' errors, uncover underlying misconceptions, and help students understand and correct their mistakes. The targeted interventions for each error pattern promote teaching for conceptual understanding and are supported by documented academic research. The book provides a model that focuses on student error patterns in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It also offers targeted instructional activities based on the five NCTM process standards and includes four units, each containing a diagnostic test in a multiple-choice format, an item analysis table that correlates incorrect test responses with student error patterns, a detailed section of supporting intervention activities to address specific types of errors, practice exercises for students with answer keys, and reflection questions for teachers to use in a professional development settings, workshop, or methods course. With supporting research, a section on “big ideas” in computation and problem solving, and student reproducibles for games and activities, this resource promotes a proactive and scaffolded approach to teaching mathematics in a meaningful way. 224 pages.

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