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MTEL Test Prep and Study Guides from Wheelock college
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MA Test for Educator's Licensure Test Information Booklet: Includes strategies, tips and sample test questions
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Adult Numeracy: A Reader contains four papers, three specially prepared for CAAL’s Adult Numeracy Roundtable on January 10, 2011, and one, a 2009 publication by the City University of New York, made available as a resource for the Roundtable.
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This guide presents the culmination of 2 years’ work in identifying research-based instructional practices in the content areas of mathematics and numeracy. It synthesizes important practices and competencies represented in current research on math instruction.
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Designing Instruction with the Components of Numeracy uses the Components of Numeracy to illustrate how to design effective lessons. This is a companion document to The Components of Numeracy .
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Activities, guides, videos, and other resources for enabling environmental organizers and the community members to confidently engage with the math and science concepts that come up in environmental advocacy work.
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A comparison of US and other computation methods for math teachers and students of various backgrounds.
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OVAE contracted with MPR Associates, Inc. and its partners at Rutgers University, the University of Tennessee, and TERC to analyze the national Mathematics Advisory Panel’s report, Foundations for Success: The National Mathematics Advisory panel Final Report to see if any of its findings or...
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This resource explores the reasons that algebraic thinking is necessary for adults to enable them to meet the demands of the workplace of the future. It further explores the reasons that algebraic reasoning needs to be integrated early into all levels of arithmetic instruction.
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This is a must-read for those wondering why they cannot continue to teach as they have in the past. Because the research literature did not cover what mathematical knowledge students have, James Stigler undertook fieldwork to learn more about students’ understanding of basic mathematics, and...

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