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Mathcounts Tips for Beginners

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This book teaches you some important math tips that are very effective in solving many Mathcounts problems. It is for students who are new to Mathcounts competitions but can certainly benefit students who compete at state and national levels.

ENC Focus

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Inquiry and Problem Solving

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The ERIC Review

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Provides information on programs, research, publications, and services of ERIC, as well as critical and current education information.

Elementary Teachers Guide to Free Curriculum Materials

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The Arithmetic Teacher

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Educators Grade Guide to Free Teaching Aids

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Virginia Journal of Education

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Elementary School Math Contests

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Elementary School Math Contests contains over 500 challenging math contest problems and detailed step-by-step solutions in Number Theory, Algebra, Counting & Probability, and Geometry. The problems and solutions are accompanied with formulas, strategies, and tips.This book is written for beginning mathletes who are interested in learning advanced problem solving and critical thinking skills in preparation for elementary and middle school math competitions.

The ERIC Review

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Provides information on programs, research, publications, and services of ERIC, as well as critical and current education information.

The Prentice Hall Directory of Online Education Resources

Author : Vicki Smith Bigham
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Contains over one thousand entries that provide the name, logo and sponsor, a brief description, and commentary on the outstanding features of some of the best educational sites on the World Wide Web, suitable for students in kindergarten through grade twelve; grouped by subject area.

Teaching Students with Learning Problems in the Inclusive Classroom

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For the K-12 special education methods course for future teachers of students with learning problems. Knowing that no one approach to teaching is right for all children all of the time, this comprehensive, yet accessible, case-based text presents current best practices, with the aim of helping prospective teachers learn to tailor instruction to the diverse needs and abilities of students with learning problems. The authors explore the entire inclusion movement and the theories of teaching and learning that inform it; discuss the nature of students with learning problems and the characteristics of effective teachers; and, describe a broad spectrum of proven instructional strategies for all curriculum areas. Finally, they examine the unique challenges and opportunities that transitions create for students with learning problems.

Competition Math for Middle School

Author : J. Batterson
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Written for the gifted math student, the new math coach, the teacher in search of problems and materials to challenge exceptional students, or anyone else interested in advanced mathematical problems. Competition Math contains over 700 examples and problems in the areas of Algebra, Counting, Probability, Number Theory, and Geometry.Examples and full solutions present clear concepts and provide helpful tips and tricks."I wish I had a book like this when I started my competition career."Four-Time National Champion MATHCOUNTS coach Jeff Boyd"This book is full of juicy questions and ideas that will enable the reader to excel in MATHCOUNTS and AMC competitions. I recommend it to any students who aspire to be great problem solvers." Former AHSME Committee Chairman Harold Reiter

Michigan Professional Engineer

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School and Community

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Field Stream

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SWE

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Just in Time Math

Author : Catherine V. Jeremko
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Just in Time Math is the right book for you. Designed specifically for last-minute test preparation, Just in Time Math is a fast, accurate way to build your essential computational and word problem skills. This book includes nine chapters of common mathematical topics, with an additional chapter on study skills to make your time effective. In just ten short chapters, you will get the essentials -- just in time for passing your big test.

Breaking the Barriers

Author : Beatriz Chu Clewell
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The current global marketplace demands more workers who are scientifically literate, yet few are being adequately prepared to meet that demand. Particularly underrepresented are women and minorities, who often lack the social and academic support that stimulate and sustain interest in science, math, and engineering. The authors of this book demonstrate that early intervention, especially during grades 4 through 8, can help overcome some of these obstacles. They show how increased career awareness and exposure to mentors and role models can help students see science and math-related careers as desirable and viable options. And they explain how test preparation, activity-based instruction, cooperative learning, and tutoring can help to improve academic outcomes. The authors also provide critical information on ten successful intervention programs, including MESA, Project SEED, and Operation SMART - and they offer practitioners specific guidance for developing, funding, and implementing similar programs in their own schools.

The Times picayune Index

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