ERIC Number: ED400400
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996-Oct
Annotated Bibliography of Mathematics Resources. Program Resources.
Markus, Nancy L.
Two bibliographies that review 18 books and resource materials that adult educators can use to teach mathematics in adult literacy classes are included. The materials are suggested to help teachers implement an effective, successful mathematics program, using many of the strategies recommended by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Titles, authors, publisher and address, cost and detailed summaries are provided for each resource. Books and resources provide information on teaching methods, suggested activities, curriculum, and using manipulatives. The following titles are included: "Spaces: Solving Problems of Access in Engineering and Science"; "Get It Together: Math Problems for Groups"; "Problems Plus: Mathematical Problem Solving"; "Family Math" (Jean Stenmark et al.); "Math for Smarty Pants" (Marilyn Burns); "GED Math Problem Solver" (Myrna Manly); "Mental Math in the Primary Grades/Middle Grades/Junior High" (Jack A. Hope et al.); "When Are We Ever Gonna Have to Use This?" (Hal Saunders); "Mathematicians Are People, Too" (Luetta and Wilbert Reimer); "Elementary School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally (Second Edition)" (John A. Van De Walle); "About Teaching Mathematics: A K-8 Resource" (Marilyn Burns); "Mathematicians Are People, Too, Volume II" (Luetta Reimer and Wilbert Reimer); "Problem Solving: A Basic Mathematics Goal. Volumes 1-2" (Steven P. Meiring); "Group Solutions: Cooperative Logic Activities for Grades K-4" (Jan M. Goodman); "Let's Pattern Block It" (Peggy McLean et al.); "Fractions with Pattern Blocks" (Mathew E. Zullie);"Problem Solving with Pentominoes: Grades 1-4 Activity Book" (Alison Abrohms); and "Square Tile: Explorations and Problems: Grades 4-9" (Don Miller and Bishne Naraine). Sources for purchasing the publications are listed. (KC)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Kent State Univ., OH. Ohio Literacy Resource Center.