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Mathematics and Multi-Ethnic Students: Exemplary Practices
Background
Purpose of This Book
The Sensitive Questions
Overviews
TRENDS AND ISSUES LEADING TO STANDARDS-BASED REFORM
Constructivism
NCTM Standards: Building the Foundations for Reform, 1989-2009
NCTM's Quest for a Coherent Curriculum
Focus in High School Mathematics
The Third International Mathematics Study
Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study
Program for International Student Assessment (PISA)
Grit and Productive Struggle
Common Core State Standards
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
CCSSM Content Standards
Procedural Skills and CCSSM
Standards for Mathematical Practices
Principles to Action: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All
Guiding Principles for School Mathematics
Teaching and Learning
Access and Equity
Curriculum
Tools and Technology
Assessment
Professionalism
The Mathematics Teaching Practices
Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning
Implement Tasks That Promote Reasoning and Problem Solving
Use and Connect Mathematical Representations
Facilitate Meaningful Mathematical Discourse
Pose Purposeful Questions
Build Procedural Fluency from Conceptual Understanding
Support Productive Struggle in Learning Mathematics
Elicit and Use Evidence of Student Thinking
Special Student Populations
Assessing National State Standards
NCTM Position on High-Stakes Assessment
Math Wars II
Standards-Based Documents as Living Documents
Online Standards-Based Resources
Principles to Action Tools
NCTM/CCSS Blogs
Hands-On: Online Resources for Mathematics
Interactive Whiteboards
Assessments
Additional Videos
EXEMPLARY PRACTICE
Envisioning a Standards-Based Classroom Environment
Example One: Reformed-Based Instruction?
Small Group Work
Questioning
Technology
Assessment
Example Two: Traditional Instruction?
Transitioning to the NCTM Principles/CCSS Practices
Exemplary Practices for Students with Special Needs
Best Societal Practices for Implementing Standards-Based Strategies
Resources
ISSUES IN MULTICULTURAL MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
Questions to Ponder
Embracing Diversity
Culture
Multicultural Education
Program Ethnomathematics
Achievement of Traditionally Underserved Students
The Achievement Gap
The Opportunity and Educational Debt
Multicultural Education and Euro-Americans
Further Reflections on the Questions
Culturally Sustaining/Revitalizing Pedagogy
Resources
LYNNE GODFREY
Engaging Students
Warm-Up
Group Work
The Winding Game
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Lynne
Commentary
Unit Overview: The Chinese Zodiac and the Division Algorithm
Note
Resources
GEORGINE ROLDAN
Engaging Students
Group Work
Assessment
Rubric
Healthy Foods Lesson
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Georgine
Commentary
Unit Overview: Favorite Menu Items and Health Issues
Resources
TIM GRANGER
Engaging Students
Launching the Lesson
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Tim
Commentary
Unit Overview: Aiming for the Stars
Note
Resources
RENOTE JEAN-FRAN?OIS
Engaging Students
Assessment
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Renote
Commentary
Unit Overview: The Roamer and the Haitian Revolution
Resources
SAMAR SAMINI
Engaging Students
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Samar
Commentary
Unit Overview: Multiplication of Fractions Using Paper Folding
Notes
Resources
DIANE CHRISTOPHER
Overview of Lessons
Engaging Students
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Diane
Commentary
Unit Overview: Many Cultures under One Quilt
Resource
CHARLENE BECKMANN, KARA STAHL, AND TARA MAYNARD
Preparatory Activities
Engaging Students
Day 1: Runners, Take Your Mark
Day 2: The Trodding Tortoise
Day 3: The Hopping Hare
Assessment
Discussion between Colleagues
Update on Char, Tara, and Kara
Commentary
Unit Overview: The Tortoise and the Hare
Resources
LIFE-LONG LEARNING LABORATORY: L4
Life-Long Learning Laboratory
Life-Long Learning Laboratory Issues/Questions
L4: Chapter 1—Racism
L4: Chapter 2—Equality and Quality of Curriculum: Math Wars II
L4: Chapter 3—Brilliant Children in Mathematics
L4: Chapter 4—Teacher Preparation
L4: Chapter 4—The Achievement Gap/Education Debt/Opportunity to Learn
L4: Chapter 4—Katrina and Equitable Schools in New Orleans
Lesson Study Resources
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