5 Professional Development Books for Math Teachers - Maneuvering the MiddleI love a good book. So much so that my Amazon wish list is just one long, ever-growing list of books…. Books have a profound impact on my teaching practice. They connect me with important ideas and prominent leaders from across the education landscape. They give me food for thought, inspiration, conviction, challenge, new ideas, and words to describe my experiences. One of my goals for is to continue to grow my practice through reflective reading.
10 Books that are Growing My Math Teaching Practice
Make Your Own List. What is the best way to teach maths? Maths teacher and author Alf Coles recommends books that offer some clues. He went on to spend 15 years teaching maths in secondary school, including 7 years as head of a maths department. He is now a senior lecturer in education at Bristol University.
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I always envision summer as this super relaxing time where I lay by the pool and read books. Reality is not quite as dreamy, as there is still laundry to do and kiddos to corral. Based on your responses and the questions I get via email, I am going to focus my professional development reading on math intervention and have chosen Mathematical Mindsets by Jo Boaler. Before deciding on Mathematical Mindsets , I was debating five different books on a variety of professional development topics. All relatively new with researched based strategies to support learning in the classroom. Today, I am sharing my five professional development books for math teachers to consider reading this summer. Good teaching, we believe, should be creatively tailored to the different learning styles of students and should use strategies that make learning easier.
I even have links to books not so math related, but very important along my own personal and financial journey thus far.
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