Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Book Study

**This is an updated blog post that does contain affiliate links. I have streamlined what used to be 7 different posts into the table of contents that you are seeing below for easy navigation. Enjoy! 

A few summers back I dove into the book Teaching Student Centered Mathematics K-2. I found the book to be transformative in terms of what it did for my daily decision making, language use and general math planning. I highly recommend that you get your hands on a copy of the book for yourself if you are able. I am linking to the blog entries I wrote for the first 11 chapters as I read the book but, as you will hear me repeat over and over in my entries, I was able to write about maybe one or two topics I learned about in each chapter and the book is so much more rich than I am able to share here.

So please, sit back, grab a beverage of your choice and read through... and then get a copy of the book for yourself- you won't regret it!

1 comment

  1. Thanks so much for participating in the book study! I especially like the quotes you pulled from each chapter and your discussion of different types of problems. :0) I think how much to tell and not to tell is something all teachers need to remind themselves of--I sure do. Looking forward to your next post!