Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Multiplication And Division

Paperback | September 10, 2001

byCatherine Twomey Fosnot, Maarten Dolk

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Recommended by the Ontario Ministry of Education

 

 

In this second volume in a series of three, Fosnot and Dolk focus on how to develop an understanding of multiplication and division in grades 3-5.  Their book describes and illustrates what it means to do and learn mathematics, provides strategies to help teachers turn their classrooms into math workshops that encourage and reflect mathematizing, and much more.

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Recommended by the Ontario Ministry of Education     In this second volume in a series of three, Fosnot and Dolk focus on how to develop an understanding of multiplication and division in grades 3-5.  Their book describes and illustrates what it means to do and learn mathematics, provides strategies to help teachers turn their cla...

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Recommended by the Ontario Ministry of Education     In this second volume in a series of three, Fosnot and Dolk focus on how to develop an understanding of multiplication and division in grades 3-5.  Their book describes and illustrates what it means to do and learn mathematics, provides strategies to help teachers turn their class...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.25 × 7.4 × 0.5 inPublished:September 10, 2001Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0325003548

ISBN - 13:9780325003542

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Table of Contents



    1. "Mathematics" or "Mathematizing"?
    2. The Landscape of Learning
    3. Teach the Fundamentals of Writing
    4. Connecting Division to Multiplication
    5. Developing Mathematical Models
    6. Algorithms Versus Number Sense
    7. Developing Efficient Computation with Minilessons
    8. Assessment
    9. Teachers as Mathematicians