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 Foerster, Paul A.
 Berkeley CA : Key Curriculum Press, c1998.
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QA303 .F63 1998 F  Unknown 
 Foerster, Paul A.
 Berkeley CA : Key Curriculum Press, c1998.
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 Book — v, 302 p.
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3. Mathematical modeling in the secondary school curriculum : a resource guide of classroom exercises [1991]
 Reston, Va. : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, c1991.
 Description
 Book — viii, 136 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
 Summary

 Classroom modeling exercises: Wildlife population survey
 Pack them in!
 Cost of a longdistance telephone call
 The grocery store problem
 Facility location
 Traveling with graphs
 Delivering the mail
 The greening of forest acres
 Jeep in the desert
 Managing a deer population*
 Getting the word out
 An irrigation problem
 Paper rolls
 When four equals three equals two
 Time to waste*
 Street parking
 Yellow traffic lights
 Making money: investing in a CD
 Population growth in the United States
 Trajectory of a cannonball*
 Food web of selected animals
 Which cup is best?
 Appendix: Teacher's guides. (*Indicates that computer programming activities are involved)
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4. Fathom 2 : Eine Einführung [2007]
 Biehler, Rolf.
 Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 2007.
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 Book — 1 online resource (259 pages)
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 Vorwort
 inhaltsverzeichnis.
 Milou, Eric, author.
 Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a SAGE Company, [2019]
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 Book — 98 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
 Summary

 Part 1: Why JumpStart Routines? The First Few Minutes of Mathematics Class Why the Traditional Warmup Doesn't Work The Problem with Going Over Homework Jumpstart Routines: New Warmups for a New Era Routines for Reasoning in Mathematics Routines for Improving Number Sense and Reasoning 10,000 Hours of Practice Routines that Satisfy the Need for Quality Practice Routines for Achieving Improved Performance Routines for Rehabilitating Number Pluckers, Pluggers, and Crunchers Routines for Growth Mindset Routines to Honor and Leverage Errors Routines to Actively Develop Confidence Implementing JumpStart Routines Routines that are Ready for Use Flexible Use Timing of Routines: How Long? When? Which Routines to Use? Plan for the Routine Select the Routine Use Routines to Set the Stage for Meaningful Discourse Practical Advice for Routines Modify, Modify, Modify Identify or Create the Content or Topics Use Routines Formatively Be Committed and Creative
 Part 2: JumpStart Routines Routine #1: Missing Numbers Algebra Number and Quantity Geometry Routine #2: Order Me On the Number Line Algebra Functions Geometry Data Analysis Routine #3: More or Less Algebra Geometry Data Analysis Routine #4: Two Wrongs and a Right Algebra Geometry Routine #5: A or B Algebra Geometry
 Part 3: Where to Go Next Make a Plan Identify Content for Routines Identify Routines Determine the Rotation Give It Time Set Goals Adjust to Their Adjustments Further Modifying Routines Design Your Own Routines Work Collaboratively and Share the Load Jumpstart Mathematics Engagement, Number Sense, and Reasoning.
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6. Explaining and exploring mathematics : teaching 11 to 18yearolds for understanding and enjoyment [2017]
 Puritz, Christian, author.
 Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
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 Book — vii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Divides mathematics subjects into age groups, with different lessons for each group: ages 1114, ages 1416, and ages 1618.
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QA11.2 .P87 2017  Unknown 
 Primera edición.  Bogotá D.C., Colombia : Universidad de los Andes, Centro de Investigación y Formación en Educación (CIFE), abril de 2014.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Análisis didáctico en la práctica de la formación permanente de profesores de matemáticas de secundaria / Pedro Gómez
 Adición y sustracción de números enteros / Oscar José Becerra, Maritza Ruth Buitrago, Sonia Constanza Calderón, Rodrigo Armando Gómez, María C. Cañadas, Pedro Gómez
 Ecuaciones lineales con una incógnita / Ángela Patricia Cifuentes, Luz Estela Dimaté, Aura María Rincón, Javier Ricardo Velásquez, Miryan Patricia Villegas, Pablo Flores
 Ecuaciones lineales con una incógnita / Argeni Serrano, Enny Moreno, Sugey Santoyo, Yolanda Hernández, Yobana Gutiérrez, José Luis Lupiañez
 Método gráfico para resolver sistemas de ecuaciones lineales 2x2 / Mónica Liliana Bernal, Diana Paola Castro, Álvaro Andrés Pinzón, Yerly Fernando Torres, Isabel María Romero
 Razones trigonométricas vistas a través de múltiples lentes / María Fernanda Mora, Eliana Ximena Nieto, Diana Lucía Polanía, Marta Lilia Romero, María José González
 Razones trigonométricas / Mauricio Becerra, Fredy Arenas, Fredy Morales, Leonardo Urrutia, Pedro Gómez.
8. Teaching secondary mathematics [2013]
 Brumbaugh, Douglas K., 1939
 4th edition / David Rock and Douglas K. Brumbaugh.  New York : Routledge, 2013.
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 Book — xi, 347 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 Preface
 Chapter 1: Introduction
 Chapter 2: Learning Theory, Curriculum, and Assessment
 Chapter 3: Planning
 Chapter 4: Skills in Teaching Mathematics
 Chapter 5: Technology
 Chapter 6: Problem Solving
 Chapter 7: Discovery
 Chapter 8: Proof
 Chapter 9: General Mathematics
 Chapter 10: Algebra I
 Chapter 11: Geometry
 Chapter 12: Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
 Chapter 13: PreCalculus
 Chapter 14: Calculus
 Chapter 15: Probability and Statistics.
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QA11.2 .B854 2013  Unknown 
 New York, NY : Springer, c2011.
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 Book — ix, 327 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Introduction. Varying, Adapting and Considering Alternatives. Classification and Noticing Similarities and Differences. Conflict, Dilemmas and Their Resolution. Designing and Solving Problems. Learning from the Study of Practice. Selecting and Using Appropriate Tools for Teaching. Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Student Learning and Becoming Sensitive to Students' Thinking and Inventive Ideas. Sharing and Revealing Self, Peer, and Student Dispositions. Summary.
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QA11.2 .C66 2011  Unknown 
 Roddick, Cheryl D.
 Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin, c2010.
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 Book — ix, 124 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Acknowledgments About the Authors Introduction
 1. A Glimpse at Mathematics Instruction Two Illustrations Vignette
 1: Algebra IShake Across America Discussion Adaptations and Extensions Vignette
 2: Seventh GradeSurface Area With Polydron Shapes Discussion Adaptations and Extensions Success in Teaching Mathematics Summary
 2. StandardsBased Teaching Why Do We Need Standards for Teaching Mathematics? The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Principles and Standards State and District Standards for Teaching Mathematics The Relationship Between Standards and StandardsBased Mathematics Textbooks Aligning Algebraic Reading With the Process Standards Summary
 3. Engaging Students in Learning Mathematics What Is Engagement? Engaging Learners in the Affective Domain Vignette
 1: Math Clubs Vignette
 2: Seventh GradeMath Jeopardy Glasser's Five Basic Needs Vignette
 3: Increasing a Student's Confidence in Mathematics A Fresh Look at Math Clubs and Math Jeopardy Affective Issues Related to Teaching and Learning Mathematics Students Engaged in Learning Probability Engaging Learners in the Behavioral Domain Engaging Learners in the Cognitive Domain Summary
 4. Engagement Strategies for Special Populations Vignette
 1: Disparate Learners in Algebra I The Special Needs Learner The Gifted Learner The English Language Learner Examples of Engaging Learners in a Mathematics Classroom Vignette
 2: Permutations, Counting, and Ice Cream Cones Discussion Summary
 5. Assessment Types of Assessment Rubrics Developing Assessments: The Use of Backward Design Grading and Assessment Schemes Practical Ways of Assessing Throughout the Instructional Process Tailoring Assessments for Special Populations Data Driven Instructional Practices A Word About Standardized Tests Summary
 6. Putting It All Together The Year at a Glance: Designing Your Curriculum Making Connections Within Mathematics Mathematical Connections Across the Grades More Connections Across the Grades Making Connections Across the Curriculum Succeeding at Teaching Mathematicsand Loving It! Appendix A: Solutions to Shake Across America Appendix B: Solution to the Following Problem From the Polydron Vignette Appendix C: The Dart Board Game Solution Appendix D: Generalization for Original Pizza Problem References Index.
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QA11.2 .R635 2010  Unknown 
 Posamentier, Alfred S.
 8th ed.  Boston : Allyn & Bacon, c2010.
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 Book — ix, 514 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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 PART I METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS
 Chapter 1 The Challenge of Teaching
 Chapter 2 Planning for Instruction
 Chapter 3 Teaching More Effective Lessons
 Chapter 4 The Role of ProblemSolving
 Chapter 5 Using Technology to Enhance Mathematics Instruction
 Chapter 6 Assessment
 Chapter 7 Enriching Mathematics Instruction
 Chapter 8 Extracurricular Activities in Mathematics PART II ENRICHMENT UNITS FOR THE SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM CrossCatalogue of Enrichment Units Constructing OddOrder Magic Squares Constructing EvenOrder Magic Squares Introduction to Alphametics A Checkerboard Calculator The Game of Nim The Tower of Hanoi What Day of the Week Was It? Palindromic Numbers The Fascinating Number Nine Unusual Number Properties Enrichment with a Handheld Calculator Symmetric Multiplication Variations on a ThemeMultiplication Ancient Egyptian Arithmetic Napier's Rods Unit Pricing Successive Discounts and Increases Prime and Composite Factors of a Whole Number Prime Numeration System Repeating Decimal Expansions Peculiarities of Perfect Repeating Decimals Patterns in Mathematics Googol and Googolplex Mathematics of Life Insurance Geometric Dissections The Klein Bottle The FourColor Map Problem Mathematics on a Bicycle Mathematics and Music Mathematics in Nature The Birthday Problem The Structure of the Number System Excursions in Number Bases Raising Interest Reflexive, Symmetric, and Transitive Relations Bypassing an Inaccessible Region The Inaccessible Angle Triangle Constructions The Criterion of Constructibility Constructing Radical Lengths Constructing a Pentagon Investigating the Isosceles Triangle Fallacy The Equiangular Point The MinimumDistance Point of a Triangle The Isosceles Triangle Revisited Reflective Properties of the Plane Finding the Length of a Cevian of a Triangle A Surprising Challenge Making Discoveries in Mathematics Tessellations Introducing the Pythagorean Theorem Trisection Revisited Proving Lines Concurrent Squares Proving Points Collinear Angle Measurement with a Circle Trisecting a Circle Ptolemy's Theorem Constructing pi The Arbelos The NinePoint Circle The Euler Line The Simson Line The Butterfly Problem Equicircles The Inscribed Circle and the Right Triangle The Golden Rectangle The Golden Triangle Geometric Fallacies Regular Polyhedra An Introduction to Topology Angles on a Clock Averaging RatesThe Harmonic Mean Howlers Digit Problems Revisited Algebraic Identities A Method for Factoring Trinomials of the Form: ax2 + bx + c Solving Quadratic Equations The Euclidean Algorithm Prime Numbers Algebraic Fallacies Sum Derivations With Arrays Pythagorean Triples Divisibility Fibonacci Sequence Diophantine Equations Continued Fractions and Diophantine Equations Simplifying Expressions Involving Infinity Continued Fraction Expansion of Irrational Numbers The Farey Sequence The Parabolic Envelope Application of Congruence to Divisibility Problem SolvingA Reverse Strategy Decimals and Fractions in Other Bases Polygonal Numbers Networks Angle TrisectionPossible or Impossible? Comparing Means Pascal's Pyramid The Multinomial Theorem Algebraic Solution of Cubic Equations Solving Cubic Equations Calculating Sums of Finite Series A General Formula for the Sum of Series of the Form tr A Parabolic Calculator Constructing Ellipses Constructing the Parabola Using Higher Plane Curves to Trisect an Angle Constructing Hypocycloid and Epicycloid Circular Envelopes The Harmonic Sequence Transformations and Matrices The Method of Differences Probability Applied to Baseball Introduction to Geometric Transformations The Circle and the Cardioid ComplexNumber Applications Hindu Arithmetic Proving Numbers Irrational How to Use a Computer Spreadsheet to Generate Solutions to Certain Mathematics Problems The Three Worlds of Geometry piie Mix Graphical Iteration The Feigenbaum Plot The Sierpinski Triangle Fractals Appendix Additional Exercises Index About the Authors.
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QA11.2 .P67 2010  Unknown 
 Posamentier, Alfred S.
 2nd ed.  Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press, c2006.
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 Book — xiii, 280 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Introductory Idea Coming to Terms With Mathematical Terms Algebra Ideas
 1. Introducing the Product of Two Negatives
 2. Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials (Introducing Algebra Tiles)
 3. Multiplying Binomials (Using Algebra Tiles)
 4. Factoring Trinomials (Using Algebra Tiles)
 5. Multiplying Binomials (Geometrically)
 6. Factoring Trinomials (Geometrically)
 7. Trinomial Factoring
 8. How Algebra Can Be Helpful
 9. Automatic Factoring of a Trinomial
 10. Reasoning Through Algebra
 11. Pattern Recognition Cautions
 12. Caution With Patterns
 13. Using a Parabola as a Calculator
 14. Introducing Literal Equations: Simple Algebra to Investigate an Arithmetic Phenomenon
 15. Introducing Nonpositive Integer Exponents
 16. Importance of Definitions in Mathematics (Algebra)
 17. Introduction to Functions
 18. When Algebra Explains Arithmetic
 19. Sum of an Arithmetic Progression
 20. Averaging Rates
 21. Using Triangular Numbers to Generate Interesting Relationships
 22. Introducing the Solution of Quadratic Equations Through Factoring
 23. Rationalizing the Denominator
 24. Paper Folding to Generate a Parabola
 25. Paper Folding to Generate an Ellipse
 26. Paper Folding to Generate a Hyperbola
 27. Using Concentric Circles to Generate a Parabola
 28. Using Concentric Circles to Generate an Ellipse
 29. Using Concentric Circles to Generate a Hyperbola
 30. Summing a Series of Powers
 31. Sum of Limits
 32. Linear Equations With Two Variables
 33. Introducing Compound Interest Using the "Rule of 72"
 34. Generating Pythagorean Triples
 35. Finding Sums of Finite Series Geometry Ideas Geometry Ideas
 1. Sum of the Measures of the Angles of a Triangle
 2. Introducing the Sum of the Measures of the Interior Angles of a Polygon
 3. Sum of the Measures of the Exterior Angles of a Polygon: I
 4. Sum of the Measures of the Exterior Angles of a Polygon: II
 5. Triangle Inequality
 6. Don't Necessarily Trust Your Geometric Intuition
 7. Importance of Definitions in Mathematics (Geometry)
 8. Proving Quadrilaterals to Be Parallelograms
 9. Demonstrating the Need to Consider All Information Given
 10. Midlines of a Triangle
 11. Length of the Median of a Trapezoid
 12. Pythagorean Theorem
 13. Simple Proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem
 14. Angle Measurement With a Circle by Moving the Circle
 15. Angle Measurement With a Circle
 16. Introducing and Motivating the Measure of an Angle Formed by Two Chords
 17. Using the Property of the Opposite Angles of an Inscribed Quadrilateral
 18. Introducing the Concept of Slope
 19. Introducing Concurrency Through Paper Folding
 20. Introducing the Centroid of a Triangle
 21. Introducing the Centroid of a Triangle Via a Property
 22. Introducing Regular Polygons
 23. Introducing Pi
 24. The Lunes and the Triangle
 25. The Area of a Circle
 26. Comparing Areas of Similar Polygons
 27. Relating Circles
 28. Invariants in Geometry
 29. Dynamic Geometry to Find an Optimum Situation
 30. ConstructionRestricted Circles
 31. Avoiding Mistakes in Geometric Proofs
 32. Systematic Order in Successive Geometric Moves: Patterns!
 33. Introducing the Construction of a Regular Pentagon
 34. Euclidean Constructions and the Parabola
 35. Euclidean Constructions and the Ellipse
 36. Euclidean Constructions and the Hyperbola
 37. Constructing Tangents to a Parabola From an External Point P
 38. Constructing Tangents to an Ellipse
 39. Constructing Tangents to a Hyperbola Trigonometry Ideas
 1. Derivation of the Law of Sines: I
 2. Derivation of the Law of Sines: II
 3. Derivation of the Law of Sines: III
 4. A Simple Derivation for the Sine of the Sum of Two Angles
 5. Introductory Excursion to Enable an Alternate Approach to Trigonometry Relationships
 6. Using Ptolemy's Theorem to Develop Trigonometric Identities for Sums and Differences of Angles
 7. Introducing the Law of Cosines: I (Using Ptolemy's Theorem)
 8. Introducing the Law of Cosines: II
 9. Introducing the Law of Cosines: III
 10. Alternate Approach to Introducing Trigonometric Identities
 11. Converting to Sines and Cosines
 12. Using the Double Angle Formula for the Sine Function
 13. Making the Angle Sum Function Meaningful
 14. Responding to the AngleTrisection Question Probability and Statistics Ideas
 1. Introduction of a Sample Space
 2. Using Sample Spaces to Solve Tricky Probability Problems
 3. Introducing Probability Through Counting (or Probability as Relative Frequency)
 4. In Probability You Cannot Always Rely on Your Intuition
 5. When "Averages" Are Not Averages: Introducing Weighted Averages
 6. The Monty Hall Problem: "Let's Make a Deal"
 7. Conditional Probability in Geometry
 8. Introducing the Pascal Triangle
 9. Comparing Means Algebraically
 10. Comparing Means Geometrically
 11. Gambling Can Be Deceptive Other Topics Ideas
 1. Asking the Right Questions
 2. Making Arithmetic Means Meaningful
 3. Using Place Value to Strengthen Reasoning Ability
 4. Prime Numbers
 5. Introducing the Concept of Relativity
 6. Introduction to Number Theory
 7. Extracting a Square Root
 8. Introducing Indirect Proof
 9. Keeping Differentiation Meaningful
 10. Irrationality of the Square Root of an Integer That Is Not a Perfect Square
 11. Introduction to the Factorial Function x!
 12. Introduction to the Function x to the (n) Power
 13. Introduction to the Two Binomial Theorems
 14. Factorial Function Revisited
 15. Extension of the Factorial Function r! to the Case Where r Is Rational
 16. Prime Numbers Revisited
 17. Perfect Numbers.
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QA11.2 .P638 2006  Unknown 
 Posamentier, Alfred S.
 7th ed. / Alfred S. Posamentier, Beverly S. Smith, Jay Stepelman.  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall, c2006.
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 Book — viii, 520 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
 Summary

 PART I METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS
 Chapter 1 The Challenge of Teaching *Today's Students, Mathematics, and Society's Need
 Chapter 2 Planning for Instruction *LongRange Planning of the Curriculum *Unit Plans *ShortRange Planning *Differentiated Instruction *Cooperative Learning *Mathematical Tasks *Final Thoughts on Lesson Planning
 Chapter 3 Teaching More Effective Lessons *Motivational Techniques *Classroom Questioning *Strategies for Teaching More Effective Lessons *Literacy in Mathematics *Writing
 Chapter 4 The Role of ProblemSolving *A Psychnological View of Problem Solving *ProblemSolving Preliminaries *An Introduction to Problem Solving *The Ten ProblemSolving Strategies *Creating Mathematical Problems *Creativity in Problem Solving
 Chapter 5 Using Technology to Enhance Mathematics Instruction *Calculators *Computers
 Chapter 6 Assessment *Assessment for Monitoring Student Progress *Assessment for Making Instructional Decisions *Evaluating Student Achievement
 Chapter 7 Enriching Mathematics Instruction *Enriching Mathematics Instruction with a Historical Approach *Enrichment Techniques for All Levels *The Gifted Student *Using Calculators to Enrich Instruction *Models and Manipulatives That Enrich Instruction
 Chapter 8 Extracurricular Activities in Mathematics *The Mathematics Club *Mathematics Teams *Mathematics Contests *Mathematics Projects *The Mathematics Fair *Cooperation with a University *The School Mathematics Magazine *The Mathematics Assembly Program *Guest Speakers Program *Class Trips of Mathematical Significance *Peer Teaching Program *The Computer *The Bulletin Board PART II ENRICHMENT UNITS FOR THE SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM CrossCatalogue of Enrichment Units *Constructing OddOrder Magic Squares *Constructing EvenOrder Magic Squares *Introduction to Alphametics *A Checkerboard Calculator *The Game of Nim *The Tower of Hanoi *What Day of the Week Was It? *Palindromic Numbers *The Fascinating Number Nine *Unusual Number Properties *Enrichment with a Handheld Calculator *Symmetric Multiplication *Variations on a ThemeMultiplication *Ancient Egyptian Arithmetic *Napier's Rods *Unit Pricing *Successive Discounts and Increases *Prime and Composite Factors of a Whole Number *Prime Numeration System *Repeating Decimal Expansions *Peculiarities of Perfect Repeating Decimals *Patterns in Mathematics *Googol and Googolplex *Mathematics of Life Insurance *Geometric Dissections *The Klein Bottle *The FourColor Map Problem *Mathematics on a Bicycle *Mathematics and Music *Mathematics in Nature *The Birthday Problem *The Structure of the Number System *Excursions in Number Bases *Raising Interest *Reflexive, Symmetric, and Transitive Relations *Bypassing an Inaccessible Region *The Inaccessible Angle *Triangle Constructions *The Criterion of Constructibility *Constructing Radical Lengths *Constructing a Pentagon *Investigating the Isosceles Triangle Fallacy *The Equiangular Point *The MinimumDistance Point of a Triangle *The Isosceles Triangle Revisited *Reflective Properties of the Plane *Finding the Length of a Cevian of a Triangle *A Surprising Challenge *Making Discoveries in Mathematics *Tessellations *Introducing the Pythagorean Theorem *Trisection Revisited *Proving Lines Concurrent *Squares *Proving Points Collinear *Angle Measurement with a Circle *Trisecting a Circle *Ptolemy's Theorem *Constructing pi *The Arbelos *The NinePoint Circle *The Euler Line *The Simson Line *The Butterfly Problem *Equicircles *The Inscribed Circle and the Right Triangle *The Golden Rectangle *The Golden Triangle *Geometric Fallacies *Regular Polyhedra *An Introduction to Topology *Angles on a Clock *Averaging RatesThe Harmonic Mean *Howlers *Digit Problems Revisited *Algebraic Identities *A Method for Factoring Trinomials of the Form: ax2 + bx + c *Solving Quadratic Equations *The Euclidean Algorithm *Prime Numbers *Algebraic Fallacies *Sum Derivations With Arrays *Pythagorean Triples *Divisibility *Fibonacci Sequence *Diophantine Equations *Continued Fractions and Diophantine Equations *Simplifying Expressions Involving Infinity *Continued Fraction Expansion of Irrational Numbers *The Farey Sequence *The Parabolic Envelope *Application of Congruence to Divisibility *Problem SolvingA Reverse Strategy *Decimals and Fractions in Other Bases *Polygonal Numbers *Networks *Angle TrisectionPossible or Impossible? *Comparing Means *Pascal's Pyramid *The Multinomial Theorem *Algebraic Solution of Cubic Equations *Solving Cubic Equations *Calculating Sums of Finite Series *A General Formula for the Sum of Series of the Form tr *A Parabolic Calculator *Constructing Ellipses *Constructing the Parabola *Using Higher Plane Curves to Trisect an Angle *Constructing Hypocycloid and Epicycloid Circular Envelopes *The Harmonic Sequence *Transformations and Matrices *The Method of Differences *Probability Applied to Baseball *Introduction to Geometric Transformations *The Circle and the Cardioid *ComplexNumber Applications *Hindu Arithmetic *Proving Numbers Irrational *How to Use a Computer Spreadsheet to Generate Solutions to Certain Mathematics Problems *The Three Worlds of Geometry *piie Mix *Graphical Iteration *The Feigenbaum Plot *The Sierpinski Triangle *Fractals Appendix Additional Exercises Index About the Authors.
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 Berlinghoff, William P.
 Armonk, NY : It's About Time, Inc., 2000, c1998.
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 Book — 6 v. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
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Algebra, geometry, statistics, probability, trigonometry, discrete mathematics plus dynamic programming, linear programming and optimization techniques related to reallife situations.
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15. Passport to mathematics [1999  ]
 Evanston, Ill. : McDougal Littell, <1999 >
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 Book — v. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
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QA135.5 .P277 1999 BK.2 TEACHER'S EDITIO  Unknown 
 Posamentier, Alfred S.
 5th ed.  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Merrill, c1999.
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 Book — vii, 491 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
 Summary

 1. The Mathematics Teacher Today.
 2. Planning Lessons, Assigning Homework and Using Cooperative Learning.
 3. Teaching More Effective Lessons.
 4. The Role of Problem Solving Strategies in Teaching Mathematics.
 5. Using Technology to Enhance Mathematics Instruction.
 6. Alternative Student Assessments and Grading Strategies.
 7. Enriching Mathematics Instruction.
 8. ExtraCurricular Activities in Mathematics.
 9. The Learning Environment, Teacher Sensitivity and Mathematics Teachers as Professionals. Enrichment Units for the Secondary School Classroom.
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QA11 .P6175 1999  Available 
 Emeryville, Calif. : Key Curriculum Press, 19972000.
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 Book — v. : ill. ; 2628 cm.
 Summary

 Year 1
 [1] Patterns : teacher's guide : year 1
 [2] The game of pig : teacher's guide : year 1
 [3] The overland trail : teacher's guide : year 1
 [4] The pit and the pendulum : teacher's guide : year 1
 [5] Shadows : teacher's guide : year 1
 [6] Calculator guide for the TI81, TI82, and TI83 : year 1
 [7] Interactive mathematics program : Year 2
 [1] Solve it : teacher's guide : year 2
 [2] Is there really a difference? : teacher's guide : year 2 [3]
 Do bees build it best? : teacher's guide : year 2
 [4] Cookies : teacher's guide : year 2
 [5] All about Alice : teacher's guide : year 2
 [6] Calculator guide for the TI81, TI82, and TI83 : year 2
 [7] Interactive mathematics program : Year 3
 [1] Fireworks : teacher's guide : year 3
 [2] Orchard hideout : teacher's guide : year 3
 [3] Meadows or malls? : teacher's guide : year 3
 [4] Small world, isn't it? : teacher's guide : year 3
 [5] Pennant fever : teacher's guide : year 3
 [6] Calculator guide for the TI81, TI82, and TI83 : year 3
 [7] High dive : teacher's guide : year 4
 [1] As the cube turns : teacher's guide : year 4
 [2] Know how : teacher's guide : year 4
 [3] The world of functions : teacher's guide : year 4
 [4] The pollster's dilemma : teacher's guide : year 4
 [5] Calculator guide for the TI82 and TI83 : year 4
 [6] Introduction and implementation strategies for the Interactive mathematics program
 Teaching handbook for the Interactive mathematics program
 It's all write : a writing supplement for high school mathematics classes
 Baker's choice : a unit of high school mathematics : teacher's guide and student blackline masters
 Baker's choice : a unit of high school mathematics : student materials.
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QA11 .I58 1997 YEAR 3:V.4  Unknown 
 Fendel, Daniel M.
 Emeryville, Calif. : Key Curriculum Press, c1996.
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 Book — 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm
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 [v.1] Student materials
 [v.2] Teacher's guide, Student blackline masters.
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QA135.5 .F462 1996 F V.1  Unknown 
QA135.5 .F462 1996 V.2  Unknown 
 Posamentier, Alfred S.
 4th ed.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Merrill, 1995.
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