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 Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2018]
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 Book — xiv, 360 pages ; 25 cm.
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 Perspectives and mathematics methods courses. Setting the stage: explorations of mathematics teacher educator practices / Signe E. Kastberg, Andrew M. Tyminski, Alyson E. Lischka, and Wendy B. Sanches ; Political conocimiento for teaching mathematics: why teachers need it and how to develop it / Rochelle Gutiérrez ; Challenges in mathematics teacher education from a (mostly) constructivist perspective / Martin A. Simon ; Teaching a mathematics methods courses: understanding learning from a situative perspective / Elham Kazemi
 Using perspectives to inform scholarly inquiry and practice. Using the knowledge quartet to support prospective teacher development during methods coursework / Tracy L. Weston ; Three learning perspectives for translating curriculum into instruction / Darrell Earnest and Julie M. Amador ; Diverse perspectives on sociopolitical framings for mathematics methods / Frances K. Harper, Beth HerbelEisenmann, and Andrea McCloskey
 Learning goals and activities in mathematics methods courses. Experiences using clinical interviews in mathematics methods courses to empower prospective teachers: a conversation among three critical mathematics educators / Theodore Chao, Jessica Hale, and Stephanie Behm Cross ; Situating learning for secondary mathematics prospective teachers within the context of rehearsals: challenges and resulting adaptations / Fran Arbaugh, Anne E. Adams, Dawn Teuscher, Laura R. Van Zoest, and Robert Wieman ; Rehearsing for the politics of teaching mathematics / Rochelle Gutiérrez, Juan Manuael Gerardo, Gabriela E. Vargas, and Sonya E. Irving ; Activities and a cognitive pedagogy for fostering prospective teachers' conceptdevelopment practices in mathematics methods courses / Barbara Kinach, Stephen Bismarck, and Wesam Salem
 Activity development. An illustration of scholarly inquiry from the cognitive perspective: the development of an integer activity for prospective elementary or middle school teachers / Nicole M. WessmanEnzinger and Wesam Salem ; Enhancing activities in mathematics methods courses to achieve sociopolitical goals / Brian R. Lawler, Raymond LaRochelle, and Angela Thompson ; Shifting focus: exploring the evolution of the learner analysis / Jennifer Ward
 Activities and implementations. Bringing mathematics methods into classrooms / Rajeeve Virmani, Megan W. Taylor, and Chepina Rumsey, coauthoring with: Tabatha Box, Elham Kazemi, Melinda Knapp, Savarose Lynch, Catherine Schwartz, Barbara Swartz, Tracy Weston, Dawn Woods ; Prospective teachers analyzing transcripts of teaching / Laura M. Singletary, Zandra de Araujo, and AnnaMarie Connor ; Doing mathematics across languages: exploring possibilities for supporting emergent bilinguals' mathematical communication and engagement / Frances K. Harper, Wendy B. Sanchez, and Beth HerbelEisenmann ; Using mathematics autobiography stories to support emerging elementary mathematics teachers' sociopolitical consciousness and identity / Anne Marie Marshall and Theodore Chao
 Looking inward. Interpretations and uses of classroom video in teacher eduction: comparison across three perspectives / Stephanie Casey, Ryan Fox, and Alyson E. Lischka ; Theoretical perspectives, goals, and activities for secondary mathematics education methods courses / Ryan C. Smith, Cynthia E. Taylor, and Dongjo Shin ; The "Mirror Test": a tool for reflection on our sociopolitical identities as mathematics teacher educators / Andrea McCloskey, Brian R. Lawler, and Theodore Chao
 Commentary. A commentary with urgency: looking across theoretical perspectives to put relationship building with underserved students at the forefront of our work / Richard Kitchen.
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2. The mathematics of data [2018]
 [Providence, Rhode Island] : American Mathematical Society, [2018]
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 Book — xii, 325 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
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 P. Drineas and M. W. Mahoney, Lectures on randomized numerical linear algebra S. J. Wright, Optimization algorithms for data analysis J. C. Duchi, Introductory lectures on stochastic optimization P.G. Martinsson, Randomized methods for matrix computations R. Vershynin, Four lectures on probabilistic methods for data science R. Ghrist, Homological algebra and data.
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QA11 .A1 M345 2018  Unknown 
3. Probability and games [2017]
 Kerins, Bowen, 1975 author.
 [Providence, Rhode Island] : American Mathematical Society, [2017]
 Description
 Book — xi, 137 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
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 Problem sets for participantsFacilitator notesSolutions.
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QA273.19 .G36 K47 2017  Unknown 
 Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, [2016]
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 Book — xxxii, 679 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
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 Framing knowledge for teaching mathematics with technology in the digital age
 Developing and assessing preservice teacher knowledge for teaching mathematics with technologies in the digital age
 Transforming and assessing inservice teacher knowledge for teaching mathematics with technologies in the digital age.
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QA20 .C65 H36 2016  Unknown 
5. Probability through algebra [2015]
 Kerins, Bowen, 1975 editor.
 Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society, 2015.
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 Book — xi, 157 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
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 Problem setsFacilitator notesTeaching notesMathematical overviewSolutions.
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QA273.2 .K47 2015  Unknown 
 Upton, Julia (Julia Rose), author.
 Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
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 Book — xv, 216 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
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 Introduction
 Chapter 1 Curriculum Essentials
 Chapter 2 Pedagogy essentials
 Chapter 3 For the love of Maths
 Chapter 4 Planning essentials
 Chapter 5 Assessment essentials
 Chapter 6 Differentiation
 Chapter 7 The importance of literacy
 Chapter 8 Questioning
 Chapter 9 Ensuring good behaviour
 Chapter 10 Dealing with observations
 Chapter 11 Applying for your first post
 Chapter 12 Interview advice and likely questions
 Chapter 13 Your first term in post.
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7. Training to teach adults mathematics [2015]
 Griffiths, Graham (Educational consultant)
 Leicester [UK] : National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, c2015.
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 Book — 134 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Introduction. The learners. Mathematical knowledge. Education theories and approaches to teaching mathematics and numeracy. The teaching and learning cycle. Teaching practice. Examples of teaching activities. Planning for inclusive practice. Professionalism. Websites. Key texts. Suggested answers to tasks. Appendix. Index.
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QA14 .G7 G75 2015  Unknown 
 Bartlett, Jayne author.
 London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
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 Book — xvii, 166 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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 1: Making Connections
 2: How does it all begin?
 3: Learning in the main
 4: So how does it all end?
 5: What's in a question?
 6: How do I know?
 7: Thirty different minds
 8: The classroom environment
 9: Pulling it all together.
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QA11.2 .B353 2014  Unknown 
9. Mentoring mathematics teachers : supporting and inspiring preservice and newly qualified teachers [2014]
 London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2014.
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 Book — xi, 205 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Notes on Contributors Introduction  The learning journey and lifelong learning Rosalyn Hyde & JulieAnn Edwards
 Section 1: Developing subject knowledge
 1. Partnering theory and practice in mathematics teaching Ian Campton and Mary Stevenson
 2. Developing pedagogical approaches to using digital technologies in mathematics Rosalyn Hyde and Keith Jones
 3. Approaches to learning mathematics Taro Fujita and Rosalyn Hyde
 Section 2: Equity and diversity issues
 4. Learning to teach mathematics in a multicultural society Manjinder Jagdev and Avril Mallett
 5. Inclusive approaches to learning and teaching mathematics Geoff Tennant and Catherine Foley
 6. Developing models of collaborative working JulieAnn Edwards and Paul Wilson
 7. Developing the potential of all preservice mathematics teachers Patrick Barmby and Ruth Edwards
 8. Developing the potential of outstanding beginning teachers JulieAnn Edwards and Danielle Townsend
 Section 3: Developing a partnership
 9. Developing the teacher as mentor through teambased approaches to mentoring David Wright and Rachel Lofthouse
 10. The preservice mathematics teacher as an adult learner Jenni Back and Mark Simmonds
 11. Turning the mathematics learning environment into a research environment Alf Coles and Laurinda Brown
 12. Reflective practitioners for lifelong learning JulieAnn Edwards and Ray Huntley.
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QA10.5 .M46 2014  Unknown 
 Cham ; New York : Springer, c2014.
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 Book — xiv, 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Foreword. Preface. Contributors. I. Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching in Teacher Education. Understanding Preservice Teachers' Curricular Knowledge. Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching and its Specificity to High School Geometry Instruction. Using Coordination Classes to Analyze Preservice MiddleGrades Teachers' Difficulties in Determining Direct Proportion Relationships. A Processes Lens on a Beginning Teacher's Personal and Classroom Mathematics. Commentary on
 Section 1: Mounting Progress on Understanding Mathematics Teacher Content Knowledge. II. Beliefs and Identities in Mathematics Teacher Education. PhotoElicitation/Photovoice Interviews to Study Mathematics Teacher Identity. Teachers, Attributions, and Students' Mathematical Work. Teacher Identity and Tensions of Teaching Mathematics in HighStakes Accountability Contexts. Teachers' Learning Journeys Toward Reasoning and Sense Making. Commentary on
 Section 2: Attending to Teachers in Mathematics Teacher Education Research. III. Tools and Techniques for Supporting Teacher Learning. Preservice Elementary Mathematics Teachers' Emerging Ability to Write Problems to Build on Children's Mathematics. Examining the Relationship Between Preservice Elementary Teachers' Attitutudes Toward Mathematics and Professional Noticing Capacities. Transitions in Prospective Mathematics Teacher Noticing. Teachers' Uses of a Learning Trajectory as a Tool for Mathematics Lesson Planning. Commentary on
 Section 3: Research on Teachers' Focusing on Children's Thinking: Teacher Noticing and Learning Trajectories. Overall Commentary: Understanding and Changing Teachers. Author Index. Subject Index.
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QA11.2 .R47 2014  Unknown 
 Hull, Ted H.
 Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press ; Reston, VA : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, c2012.
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 Book — xii, 146 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
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 Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Introduction
 1. Overcoming Resistance to Change: Four Strategies for Teams
 2. Transforming Instruction
 3. Promoting Adoption and Avoiding Rejection
 4. Focusing on Students Brings Success
 5. Attaining the Common Core Practices
 6. Visiting a Transforming Classroom
 7. Building Support for Collegial Relationships
 8. Maintaining Support to Increase Implementation
 9. Leading the Way for Change References Appendix: Sample Problems Showing CCSS Content and Practices Index Foldout pages at the End of the Book.
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12. The mathematical education of teachers [2001  ]
 Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, in cooperation with Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C., c2001
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 Book — v. ; 26 cm.
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 Part 1: Changing expectations, new realizations General recommendations Recommendations for elementary teacher preparation Recommendations for middle grades teacher preparation Recommendations for high school teacher preparation Recommendations for technology in teacher preparation Relevant reports
 Part 2: The preparation of elementary teachers The preparation of middle grades teachers The preparation of high school teachers.
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