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1. Cooperative Learning & Geometry: High School Activities, Years 8–12

Make geometry come alive using cooperative learning! In this book, you’ll receive something you won’t find in any textbook – how to teach geometry successfully. You will find over two hundred step-by-step activities to enhance geometry exploration and mastery. In the process of working together through these carefully crafted activities, your students will learn more and enjoy geometry more than you ever imagined possible!

A\$44.95
2. Cooperative Learning & Algebra 1: Secondary Activities, Years 7–12

Do you have students who struggle with algebra? Do they find the problems difficult to understand or of little real-world value? Do they find the repetitive practice boring? The problem may not be algebra. It may be the way students are learning algebra. In this book, master teacher, trainer and celebrated author Becky Bride will show you step-by-step, activity-by-activity and lesson-by-lesson how she used cooperative learning structures to help her students succeed with algebra year after year. When the power of student-to-student interaction is unleashed in algebra, students enjoy learning more and the abstract algebraic concepts become more concrete and understandable. Chapters cover working with rational numbers, expressions, equations and inequalities, linear functions and vertical lines, linear systems, polynomials, radicals, and quadratic functions. Transform struggling students into successful mathematicians with motivating teamwork activities. This book includes reproducible transparencies and activities.

A\$44.95
3. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: Secondary Mathematics

How do we foster such a deep understanding of mathematics concepts? With deep-thinking maths questions, of course. You’ll find questions for sixteen mathematics topics to promote mathematical thinking and interaction in your class. Question topics include problem-solving; number patterns and relationships; whole numbers and decimal place value; decimal operations; fraction concepts; fraction addition and subtraction; fraction multiplication and division; percentages; relating fractions, decimals and percentages; ratios, rates and proportions; statistics, data analysis and graphing; integers and integer operations; solving equations and inequalities; geometry concepts; geometry and measurement; and probability.

A\$35.00
4. Cooperative Learning and Mathematics: High School Activities, Years 8–12

A cooperative learning book specifically for high school mathematics teachers. This book includes a rich array of activities for all levels of high school mathematics.

A\$45.00
5. Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work®, High School

Mathematics unit planning in a PLC at Work®, High school provides high school teachers with a seven-step framework for collectively planning units of study. The authors help teams identify what students need to know by the end of each unit and how teachers can build student self-efficacy. They advocate using the Professional Learning Community at Work (PLC) process to increase mathematics achievement and give students more equitable learning experiences. The authors share tools and protocols for effectively performing collaborative tasks, such as unwrapping standards, generating unit calendars, determining academic vocabulary and rigorous lessons, utilising and sharing self-reflections and designing robust units of instruction.