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|Descripción:||viii, 134 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
Change Requires Leadership --
Chaptfr 1. The Math Leader's Domains of Responsibility --
Chaptfr 2. Making the Case for Change: Strategies and Compelling Examples --
Chapter 3. Responding to These Changes: What to Expect and Advocate --
Chapter 4. Building Sensible, Sense-Making Mathematics: What to Encourage and Implement --
Chapter 5. Pulling It All Together: Glimpses of What We Should See --
Chaptfr 6. Recognizing and Overcoming Obstacles: Insights and Practical Strategies --
Chapter 7. Changing the System: Assuring Quality of Program Components --
Conclusion: Critical Lessons Learned Along the Way --
It's Time to Abandon Computational Drudgery (But Not the Computation) --
Moving Mathematics Out of Mediocrity --
Four Teacher-Friendly Postulates for Thriving in a Sea of Change --
What the World Needs Now: Math TLCs --
Changing the System --
Making Math Commonplace and Real for Our Children --
Giving Students the Benefit of the Doubt --
Characteristics of Excellence.
Leinwand examines how mathematics teaching and learning has changed in the ten years since he wrote the first edition of Sensible Mathematics, and how the Common Core raises the bar even higher. Sensible Mathematics serves as a guiding light through the sea of change and provides a broad array of practical strategies for implementing the standards, as well as how-to plans for overcoming obstacles and challenges. Other topics of discussion include:
Making the case for changes: strategies, ammunition, and compelling examples.
Intervention: providing effective support services.
Technology and instruction: providing access for teachers and students.
15 key components of a high performance mathematics program.
Sensible Mathematics is a call-to-arms for positive, realistic change that empowers teachers and prepares students for our changing world. Make a difference-move your school mathematics program into the twenty-first century.