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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: An Activity Approach, 8/e
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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: An Activity Approach, 8/e

Albert B. Bennett, Jr., University of New Hampshire
Laurie J. Burton, Western Oregon University
L. Ted Nelson, Portland State University
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Conceptual Approach

Contents:

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Chapter 1: Problem Solving
Chapter 2: Sets, Functions, and Reasoning
Chapter 3: Whole Numbers
Chapter 4: Number Theory
Chapter 5: Integers and Fractions
Chapter 6: Decimals: Rational and Irrational
Chapter 7: Statistics
Chapter 8: Probability
Chapter 9: Geometric Figures
Chapter 10: Measurement
Chapter 11: Motions in Geometry
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Instructor's Manual
Editable Tests
Planning Guides
Answers to Puzzlers
Sample Syllabi
GSP Notes
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Table of Contents
Supplements
About the Authors
Preface
Sample Chapter & Sections
Feature Summary
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To order the Activity Approach, which is automatically packaged with a Manipulative Kit, use ISBN: 0077297946     9780077297947

The primary purpose of Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: An Activity Approach is to engage prospective elementary and middle-school teachers in mathematical activities that will enhance their conceptual knowledge, introduce them to important manipulatives, and model the kind of mathematical learning experiences they will be expected to provide for their students. The activities incorporate inductive thinking and the use of physical models and visual images to develop concepts and encourage higher-level reasoning.

The Activity Approach text can be used independently or along with its companion volume, Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Conceptual Approach.

This website has an Instructor Edition and a Student Edition. Students can enter the Student Edition without a password. Instructors can obtain a password from their McGraw-Hill representative to enter the Instructor Edition to obtain a variety of instructor resources including solutions and section-by-section planning guides.