Stenhouse adds math

January 27th, 2010

Over the last few years, we’ve expanded our focus across the school and the content areas to include such topics as school leadership, classroom management, and social studies. This spring marks the debut of our first books for math teachers, beginning with the four-book series, Zeroing In on Number and Operations: Key Ideas and Common Misconceptions. Each of the easy-to-use flipcharts focus on a two-grade span: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, and 7-8.

While the subject matter may be different, Stenhouse math books will look and feel very much like our other titles. Reading a Stenhouse book is like a one-on-one conversation with a particularly thoughtful and generous colleague. Our authors write about what they’ve learned from their own successes and failures in years of working with students and fellow teachers.

Just as with our literacy books, we began the development of our math line by seeking out the best teachers and teacher educators in the country. We look not simply for expert teachers, but for teachers who can write about their experience and knowledge in a clear and engaging voice. Our new math editor, Toby Gordon, is particularly well-suited to find these teachers. Toby has spent the last 20 years publishing professional books for math teachers, and she’s excited to develop a list of math titles at Stenhouse that complement our literacy titles.

So try out one of our new math books by Lesley University professors Linda Dacey and Anne Collins. And look for more Stenhouse math titles in the coming months.

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