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Math To Build On

Author : Johnny E. Hamilton
ISBN : UVA:X002309943
Genre : Mathematics
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Geared toward individuals involved in construction, this guide offers a refresher course in basic math, providing formulas and exercises for determining measures, angles, and volume
Category: Mathematics

Using Math To Build A Skyscraper

Author : Hilary Koll
ISBN : 0836867645
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explains how math skills are needed to build a skyscraper and includes math activities using real-life data and facts about tall buildings.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Math To Build On

Author : Anna-Maria Crum
ISBN : 9781410804211
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Find out about the relationship between math and construction by investigating the architecture behind the pyramids, the Great Wall of China, the Santa Maria del Fiore, the Taj Mahal, the White House, and the Petronas Towers. (Set of 6 with Teacher's Guide and Comprehension Question Card)
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Building Mathematical Comprehension

Author : Laney Sammons
ISBN : 9781425892081
Genre : Mathematics
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Apply familiar reading comprehension strategies and relevant research to mathematics instruction to aid in building students' comprehension in mathematics. This resource demonstrates how to facilitate student learning to build schema and make connections among concepts. In addition, it provides clear strategies to help students ask good questions, visualize mathematics, and synthesize their understanding. This resource is aligned to the interdisciplinary themes from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills and supports the Common Core and state standards.
Category: Mathematics

Building Math Basics

Author : Debra Liverman
ISBN : 156234627X
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Help your students tackle the basics of math when you use the ideas and activities in the Building Math Basics books from The Mailbox. You'll find a wide array of tips and skill builders that will help you build a solid foundation in your students as they learn basic math skills. Each book contains fun, engaging tools with step-by-step examples to teach and reinforce math concepts and tools that can help students realize success by helping them gain understanding.
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Math Mysteries

Author : Jack Silbert
ISBN : 059060337X
Genre : Mathematics
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Stories and activities to build math problem-solving skills.
Category: Mathematics

Pipe Fitter S Math Guide

Author : Johnny E. Hamilton
ISBN : 0962419702
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 65.38 MB
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For those who work with cylinders, a geometric understanding of the shapes involved and how they fit together are crucial for excellence in their trade. This book allows pipe fitters to connect their work to its logical base -- maths. The straightforward tone, multitude of illustrations, and example problems will help even those with underdeveloped maths skills learn the calculations. Forty-one sets of exercises with answers give the reader ample practice as well as applying the maths skills.
Category: Mathematics

Number Talks

Author : Sherry Parrish
ISBN : 9781935099116
Genre : Education
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"This resource supports new and experienced educators who want to prepare for and design purposeful number talks for their students; the author demonstrates how to develop grade-level-specific strategies for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Includes connections to national standards, a DVD, reproducibles, bibliography, and index"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Education

Preschool Math At Home Simple Activities To Build The Best Possible Foundation For Your Child

Author : Kate Snow
ISBN : 9781942968740
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Giving your preschooler a great start in math doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn how to use fun but purposeful games and activities to give your young child the best possible foundation. Preschool Math at Home will guide you step-by-step as you introduce your preschooler to the world of numbers. Your child will develop a thorough understanding of the numbers up to ten, including: counting comparing and ordering numbers recognizing written numerals beginning addition and subtraction All of the activities are quick and playful, with lots of movement, manipulatives, and games. Each takes less than five minutes, with no special materials needed other than a few household items. Play each game several times for a full year of preschool math curriculum.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Hands On Mathematics For Deep Learning

Author : Jay Dawani
ISBN : 1838647295
Genre : Computers
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The main aim of this book is to make the advanced mathematical background accessible to someone with a programming background. This book will equip the readers with not only deep learning architectures but the mathematics behind them. With this book, you will understand the relevant mathematics that goes behind building deep learning models.
Category: Computers

Math Tools Grades 3 12

Author : Harvey F. Silver
ISBN : 9781452284408
Genre : Education
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Teach to the Common Core, differentiate instruction, and keep students engaged—all at the same time! With new Common Core–aligned tools and strategies, this second edition of a bestseller is an all-in-one math classroom management resource. Covering everything from lesson design to math-specific learning styles, the book's 60+ tools will enable you to: Work in smarter, more efficient ways with all of your students, no matter the class size or make up Create standards-based lesson plans, tests, and formative assessments Reach every learner regardless of understanding level or learning style Integrate technology into class time for more engaging math lessons
Category: Education

On The Money

Author : Jennifer M. Bay-Williams
ISBN : 0873537297
Genre : Financial literacy
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Category: Financial literacy

Great Graph Art To Build Early Math Skills

Author : Cindi Mitchell
ISBN : 0439146119
Genre : Education
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Here’s a super-fun, kid-pleasing way to introduce and reinforce graphing! Your students will love creating graph art pictures like Wiggle Worm, Mystery Letter, and What’s Hatching? as they practice making simple bar and line graphs, and build skills in addition and subtraction. Fully reproducible! For use with Grades 1-2.
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The School Leader S Guide To Building And Sustaining Math Success

Author : Marian Small
ISBN : 9781416626381
Genre : Education
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The pressure is on. Principals, expected to improve math performance at their schools, often don’t know where to begin—as they may be uncomfortable with math themselves or believe that their schools are already doing all that they can. How can K–12 school leaders recognize and ensure that their school or district is supporting good math instruction? Marian Small and Doug Duff provide the answer to that and other questions in The School Leader’s Guide to Building and Sustaining Math Success. Drawing on their vast experience working with administrators, Small and Duff provide practical advice and helpful tools for improving math instruction. They guide you through the initial steps of establishing a strong math culture, developing common tasks, and getting buy-in, and then offer specific suggestions for monitoring, supporting, and sustaining improvement. You’ll learn what sort of data to collect, what to look for in the classroom, what to listen for in conversations with teachers and students, and how to deal with reluctant staff or parents. With its real-world examples and insights, this book is essential reading for any principal who wants to bring about positive change and real growth in the teaching and learning of math in their school.
Category: Education

Building Mathematics Learning Communities

Author : Erica N. Walker
ISBN : 9780807771044
Genre : Education
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“Opportunity to learn (OTL) factors interact and ultimately influence mathematics achievement. Many important OTL interactions take place in school settings. This volume provides insights into the role of peer interactions in the mathematics learning process. The analysis describes with a sense of purpose a topic that is typically overlooked in discussions of mathematics reform. The case study is an important contribution to the urban mathematics education literature.” —William F. Tate, Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis Drawing on perceptions, behaviors, and experiences of students at an urban high school—both high and low achievers—this timely book demonstrates how urban youth can be meaningfully engaged in learning mathematics. The author presents a “potential” model rather than a “deficit” model, complete with teaching strategies and best practices for teaching mathematics in innovative and relevant ways. This resource offers practical insights for pre- and inservice teachers and administrators on facilitating positive interactions, engagement, and achievement in mathematics, particularly with Black and Latino/a students. It also examines societal perceptions of urban students and how these affect teaching and learning, policies, and mathematics outcomes. Based on extensive research in urban high schools, the author identifies three key principles that must be understood for teachers and students to build strong mathematics communities. They are: Urban students want to be a part of academically challenging environments. Teachers and administrators can inadvertently create obstacles that thwart the mathematics potential of students. Educators can build on existing student networks to create collaborative and non-hierarchical communities that support mathematics achievement. Erica N. Walker is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Category: Education

Building Proportional Reasoning Across Grades And Math Strands K 8

Author : Marian Small
ISBN : 9780807756607
Genre : Education
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Although proportional reasoning is not formally introduced as a topic in the Common Core and other mathematics curricula until 6th grade, introducing its fundamental ideas in the early grades helps students develop essential skills in ratios, percentages, and other proportional representations when they reach the upper grades. The author takes this complex subject and crafts examples and questions that help teachers see the larger purpose in teaching concepts, such as unitizing, and how that understanding is essential for more complex ideas, such as ratios. Teachers and vertical teams can see how the concepts can build year after year. This new resource by well-known professional developer Marian Small suggests questions that are both interesting for students and useful for providing diagnostic information to teachers. Chapters are organized by grade level (K-8) around the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics to help teachers use the resource more easily.
Category: Education

Building Math Skills Grades 2 3

Author : Yeon Rhee
ISBN : 1717063616
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This book is designed to help students build basic arithmetic and math skills. There are resources pages in the beginning of the book that illustrate how to do each type of problems. It is strongly recommended to go over the resources pages before solving practice problems. This book contains 12 lessons with detailed solutions. Each lesson has ten practice worksheets which provides challenges to improve and strengthen students' math skills. Completing 12 lessons enables students to build their confidence and master their math skills.
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History And Philosophy Of Modern Mathematics

Author : William Aspray
ISBN : 0816615675
Genre : Mathematics
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History and Philosophy of Modern Mathematics was first published in 1988. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. The fourteen essays in this volume build on the pioneering effort of Garrett Birkhoff, professor of mathematics at Harvard University, who in 1974 organized a conference of mathematicians and historians of modern mathematics to examine how the two disciplines approach the history of mathematics. In History and Philosophy of Modern Mathematics, William Aspray and Philip Kitcher bring together distinguished scholars from mathematics, history, and philosophy to assess the current state of the field. Their essays, which grow out of a 1985 conference at the University of Minnesota, develop the basic premise that mathematical thought needs to be studied from an interdisciplinary perspective. The opening essays study issues arising within logic and the foundations of mathematics, a traditional area of interest to historians and philosophers. The second section examines issues in the history of mathematics within the framework of established historical periods and questions. Next come case studies that illustrate the power of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of mathematics. The collection closes with a look at mathematics from a sociohistorical perspective, including the way institutions affect what constitutes mathematical knowledge.
Category: Mathematics

Amazing Math Projects

Author : Lazlo C. Bardos
ISBN : 9781619301191
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Make a geodesic dome big enough to sit in. Solve one of the world’s hardest two-piece puzzles. Pass a straight line through a curved slot. From prime numbers to paraboloids, Amazing Math Projects You Can Build Yourself introduces readers ages 9 and up to the beauty and wonder of math through hands-on activities. Kids will cut apart shapes to discover area formulas, build beautiful geometric models to explore their properties, and amaze friends with the mysterious Möbius strip. Learning through examples of how we encounter math in our daily lives, children will marvel at the mathematical patterns in snowflakes and discover the graceful curves in the Golden Gate Bridge. Readers will never look at soap bubbles the same way again! Amazing Math Projects You Can Build Yourself includes projects about number patterns, lines, curves, and shapes. Each activity includes intriguing facts, vocabulary builders, and connections to other topics. A companion website, includes video instructions for many projects in the book and provides additional activities.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Sbac 3 Math Comprehensive Exercise Book

Author : Michael Smith
ISBN : 1646126157
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Do NOT take the SBAC 3 Math test without reviewing the Math questions in this Exercise book! SBAC Math Comprehensive Exercise Book is designed to help you review all Math topics being covered on the SBAC test and challenge you for achieving high score on your real SBAC Math test. Not only does it provide abundant math exercises, it also contains practice test questions as well as detailed explanations of each answer. This wide-ranging and updated exercise book covers all Math topics you will ever need to prepare for the SBAC test. It is filled with abundant math skill building exercises and worksheets covering fundamental math, arithmetic, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, basic statistics, probability, and many more math topics. Answers are provided for all questions. Two full-length SBAC Math tests with detailed explanations can help you improve your knowledge of Mathematics and prepare for the SBAC Math test. This comprehensive exercise book contains many exciting features, including: Content 100% aligned with the last updated SBAC test 3,000+ SBAC Math practice questions with answers Fun and interactive exercises that build confidence Designed and developed by SBAC Math test experts 2 full-length practice tests (featuring new question types) with detailed answers After completing this hands-on exercise book, you will gain confidence, strong foundation, and adequate practice to succeed on the SBAC Math test. Get ready for the SBAC 3 Math Test with a PERFECT Math Exercise Book! Published by: Math Notion WWW.MathNotion.com
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