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By: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Carol R. Findell, Marian Small, Mary Cavanagh, Linda Dacey, Carol E. Greenes, Linda Jensen Sheffield. Description: Focusing on the important ideas of geometry, this book shows how to investigate two- and three-dimensional shapes with very young students. It introduces methods to describe location and position, explores simple transformations, and addresses visualization, spatial reasoning, and the building and drawing of constructions.

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By Linda Jensen Sheffield, Mary Cavanagh, Linda Dacey, Carol R. Findell, Carole Greenes, and Marian Small. This book demonstrates how some fundamental ideas about data analysis and probability can be introduced to build a strong foundation in young students. Activities designed to introduce and promote familiarity with essential concepts develop and extend students' ideas about data analysis and simple probability through the use of bar graphs, tallies, frequency tables, and Venn diagrams.

Magazine article Teaching Children Mathematics. This exciting series translates the five strands of NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics into action and illustrates the growth and connectedness of content areas from prekindergarten through grade 12. The grade-band specific volumes, which can be used individually or as a set, outline the development of concepts and skills from the earliest years of education through high school graduation. Navigating through Algebra in e 2. By Carole E. Greenes, Mary Cavanagh, Linda Dacey, Carol R. Findell, and Marian Small.

Findell, Carol . Greenes, Carole . Sheffield, Linda Jensen. "Navigating through Measurement in e 2", Principles and standards for school mathematics navigations series, The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc. Reston, VA, c2003. Mitchelmore, M. and White, . "Children's Concepts of Turn: Dynamic or Static?", Proceedings of the 20th Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 3, 1996, pp. 415-422. Navigating through problem solving and reasoning in grade 3", Principles and standards for school mathematics navigations series.

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Findell, Carol, Small, Marian, Cavanagh, Mary, Greenes, Carole, and Linda Sheffield (2001). Navigating through Geometry in de 2. Reston, VA : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Findell, Carol, Small, Marian, Cavanagh, Mary, Greenes, Carole, and Linda Sheffield (2001). Cavanagh, Mary, Dacey, Linda, Findell, Carol, Small, Marian (2001). Navigating through Algebra in e . . Findell, Carol R, Gavin, M. Katherine, Greenes, Carole . and Linda Jensen Sheffield (2000). Awesome math problems for creative thinking, grade 8. Chicago, IL : Creative Publications.

Carol R Findell, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Staff, Carol Greens. Focusing on the important ideas of geometry, this book shows how to investigate two- and three-dimensional shapes with very young students

Carol R Findell, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Staff, Carol Greens. It introduces methods to describe location and position, explores simple transformations and addresses visualisation, spatial reasoning and the building and drawing of constructions. Activities in each chapter pose questions that stimulate students to think more deeply about mathematical ideas. The CD-ROM features fourteen articles from NCTM publications.

Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (PSSM) are guidelines produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) in 2000, setting forth recommendations for mathematics educators. They form a national vision for preschool through twelfth grade mathematics education in the US and Canada. It is the primary model for standards-based mathematics.