02888cam a22004452u 4500001000800000005001700008007001400025008004100039020002800080020002500108035002000133037001900153040002700172091000800199110008200207245012700289260006800416300001100484500018800495500009900683500004400782520087100826521002601697521002101723530007901744533008101823650002801904650004301932650003401975650002902009655003402038655003302072700002702105700002902132710008202161710005302243710006702296856003702363984004202400569259520181018165006.0he u||024||||080220s2002 xxu ||| b ||| | eng d a9781893476028 :c$11.00 a1893476022 :c$11.00 9(ericd)ED465514 aED465514bERIC aericdbengcericddMvI amfm2 aNational Network of Eisenhower Regional Consortia and National Clearinghouse.10aEDThoughtsh[microform] :bWhat We Know about Mathematics Teaching and Learning /cJohn Sutton, Ed. and Alice Krueger, Ed. a[Washington, D.C.] :bDistributed by ERIC Clearinghouse,c2002. a126 p. aAvailability: Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, 2550 S. Parker Road, Suite 500, Aurora, CO 80014-1678 ($11). Tel: 303-337-0990; Web site: http://www.mcrel.org.5ericd aSponsoring Agency: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.5ericd aContract Number: R168R950025-00.5ericd aThis volume, part of the EDThoughts series, was authored by mathematics education specialists from across the United States. It addresses approximately 50 questions of interest to mathematics educators, including "How does integrated instruction in mathematics affect teaching and learning?" and "What factors contribute most strongly to students' success in learning mathematics?" Teaching mathematics with technology, characteristics of appropriate homework, benefits of active learning, and communicating with the public about the importance of mathematics also are discussed. The purpose of the book is to support standards-based reform of mathematics education. For each question addressed, background is provided from the perspectives of research and best practices, followed by implications for improving classroom instruction. (Contains 209 references.) (MM)8 aPractitioners.bericd8 aTeachers.bericd aMay also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18:uhttps://eric.ed.gov/ aMicrofiche.b[Washington D.C.]:cERIC Clearinghouseemicrofiches : positive.07aCognitive Style.2ericd07aElementary Secondary Education.2ericd17aMathematics Education.2ericd07aTeaching Methods.2ericd 7aGuides, Non-Classroom.2ericd 7aReports, Descriptive.2ericd1 aSutton, John,eeditor.1 aKrueger, Alice,eeditor.2 aNational Network of Eisenhower Regional Consortia and National Clearinghouse.2 aAssociation of State Supervisors of Mathematics.2 aMid-Continent Research for Education and Learning, Aurora, CO.41uhttps://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED465514 aANLcmc 2253 ED465514d77000000462574