Enjoy Doing Math
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Enjoy Doing Math
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Each page has fun sets of 0 to 20 objects for students to count. The objects are arranged in rows, arrays, circles, or scattered configurations. These activities can be used in math centers or with your whole class—students can work individually,
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Students enjoy doing these activities because they get to “feed” pairs of animals. What they learn by doing this is that the numbers from 11 to 19 are made up of 1 ten and some additional ones. This activity is for students who cannot yet
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This packet contains 64 fun word problems with related pictures for each of the factor pairs for numbers from 2 to 9. These problems are for students who are just starting to learn multiplication or who need more work in learning their basic facts
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The activities in this product are ideal for use in math centers. They also can be used with your whole class—students can work individually, in pairs, or in small groups. The primary learning goal for these activities is that students learn how to
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In Subitize on Safari, students learn how to subitize by counting or immediately recognizing the number of safari animals pictured on a slide. Each slide contains from 1 to 10 safari animals in an arrangement that is common for that number (e.g.,
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Students see equal-size groups of various sports balls only briefly so they automatically think in terms of groups in order to find the total number of balls on each slide. Thus, this activity promotes development in students’ abilities to multiply
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The activities in this product are ideal for use in math centers. They also can be used with your whole class—students can work individually, in pairs, or in small groups. The primary learning goal for these activities is that students learn how to
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The activities in this product are ideal for use in math centers. They also can be used with your whole class—students can work individually, in pairs, or in small groups. The primary learning goal for these activities is that students learn how to
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Students start with a ten frame containing from 1 to 9 triceratops. Then they fill in the rest of the ten frame with pterodactyl cards to make ten, and they fill in equations to record the number pairs that make ten. These activities can be used in
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught mathematics in grades 2 - 8 and in higher education. I currently teach undergraduate mathematics courses to preservice elementary and middle school teachers and graduate courses to practicing teachers. I also provide workshops for inservice teachers about the teaching and learning of mathematics. Lately, of course, those workshops have focused on the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Mathematics makes sense! In class, my students work on activities that enable them to see relationships and to come up with the formal procedures used by the larger mathematics community. Students talk about what they are noticing and they challenge and build on each others' ideas. My goal is for students to experience mathematics as something that makes sense and has many uses and to have fun doing it. Let's enjoy doing math!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Recipient of the Association of Teacher Educators February 2000 Distinguished Research in Teacher Education Award for the paper “Moving Students Through Steps of Mathematical Knowing: An Account of the Practice of an Elementary Mathematics Teacher in Transition.”

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in mathematics from Penn State; Teaching Certificate from Youngstown State University; M.A. in mathematics from Ohio State; and a Ph.D. in mathematics education from Penn State

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Select presentations at mathematics education conferences: Decomposing and Composing Numbers: Why Are These Activities Important? Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey conference, East Windsor, NJ, October 4, 2012. Understanding Fractions as Numbers as Emphasized in the Common Core. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, October 20, 2011. Let’s Master Those Basic Multiplication Facts! National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, October 20, 2011. Let’s Count What We Can’t See! Fun Ways to Learn Fact Families. Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey conference, Somerset, NJ, October 15, 2009. Add and Subtract Using Ten Frames. Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, Valley Forge, PA, November 9, 2007. Using Representations to Support Students’ Use of Invented Strategies. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, October 20, 2006. Will It Always Work? Questions That Help Students Make and Test Conjectures. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, St. Louis, April 28, 2006. Developing Students’ Abilities to Count, Compute, and Reason Using Units of Ten. The Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey conference, Somerset, NJ, October 28, 2005. Using Number Sense Strategies to Multiply: Basic Facts and Beyond. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, Anaheim, April 9, 2005. Add and Subtract With Regrouping: Moving From Manipulatives to Symbol Use. Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Dallas, July 8, 2002.

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