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(Download) Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching the Small Group (Small-Group Instruction

Strategies to Differentiate Math Lessons in Elementary Classrooms) Online Book

(Download) Making

Sense of Mathematics

for Teaching the

Small Group (Small-

Group Instruction

Strategies to

Differentiate Math

Lessons in

Elementary

Classrooms) Online

Book

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'Whether you've been teaching in small groups for years or are looking for structures to help you

get started, Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching the Small Group has ideas and tools to

help you improve instruction. The authors provide thoughtful examples, including what teachers

and students should be doing while working in small groups, ideas on how to support students

without doing the thinking for them (via a comparison of just-in-case scaffolding and just-in-time

scaffolding), and even instruction on how to set up a group's norm so that more time is spent

discussing the tasks at hand. This book is a great companion for all mathematics teachers looking

to facilitate small-group instruction.' --Robert Kaplinsky, teacher specialist (mathematics),

Downey Unified School District, California'Leading effective small groups is both important and

challenging work for teachers. How, when, and why do we lead small-group instruction so that

students experience themselves as capable and confident mathematicians? Juli K. Dixon, Lisa A.

Brooks, and Melissa R. Carli have written a book that will give readers tools, resources, and

practical guidelines for making the most of small-group instruction. Their vivid examples bring

these ideas to life and will help you grow your practice in powerful ways.' --Elham Kazemi

, professor of math and science education, College of Education, University of Washington'This

book addresses a huge need in elementary math classrooms! It shows teachers clear and

effective strategies to continue to use small-group instruction but in a more effective way that will

benefit student learning of mathematics. It would be easy to implement a book study with a group

of teachers, since the videos are so engaging and would elicit wonderful teacher discussions. The

quantity and variety of videos make the use of best practices come alive for teachers and provide

clear models for instructional improvement.' --Laura Hunovice, elementary mathematics resource

teacher, Carroll County, Maryland Read more Juli K. Dixon, PhD, is a professor of mathematics

education at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando. She coordinates the award-


winning Lockheed Martin/UCF Academy for Mathematics and Science for the K-8 master of

education program as well as the mathematics track of the doctoral program in education. Prior to

joining the faculty at UCF, Dr. Dixon was a secondary mathematics educator at the University of

Nevada, Las Vegas and a public school mathematics teacher in urban school settings at the

elementary, middle, and secondary levels. Dr. Dixon is a prolific writer who has authored and

coauthored books, textbooks, chapters, and articles. She is also a lead author on the Making

Sense of Mathematics for Teaching professional development book and video series as well as for

K-12 school mathematics textbooks with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Especially important to Dr.

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