Now Online: Common Core Sense

April 2nd, 2015

common-core-senseDo you find it challenging to translate the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice from the Common Core State Standards into the classroom?

Christine Moynihan, author of Math Sense, has worked with teachers across the country to help them make sense of the Mathematical Practices and tap into their power. She shares a practical framework for incorporating the Practices into daily instruction in her new book, Common Core Sense.

For each Mathematical Practice, Chris defines the main purpose, describes what students often do and say as they use the practice, and recommends questions that teachers can ask and steps they can take to make the practice a powerful part of their math classroom.

The ideas are illustrated with lessons spanning grades K-5, accompanied by classroom vignettes, student work samples, and teacher observations.

Common Core Sense is an essential guide to the Mathematical Practices for all K-5 teachers. You can now preview the entire book online!

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