A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (11th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2012
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The most useful thing that I learned from this book was it increased my skills working with fractions.read more
The features of this book that were most useful to me were the munipulatives disk and the lesson explanations in the beignning of each chapter.
This book offered many wonderful examples! It also does not assume that you have prior knowledge of these "elementary" subjects, seems like a good idea to get elementary teachers in the right mentality.read more
The "text" portion of the book could have been more detailed in explaining the steps outlined in the examples.
This book was really not useful when I was studying for my test, this might have been because of my teacher but I never went to the book to help me when I was studying. It was mainly used for homework.read more
The class I was in was called Structure of the Real Number System. It was designed for education majors to understand how to get the answer and be able to explain how you got there.
This book was very helpful in learning how to properly teach Elementary level math.read more
I learned not only the skills but also the materials necessary to teach.
I helped me to understand the kind of math elementary students are learning now.read more
This book was for my elementry education math class.
I think that the verbiage used should be more relatable and less technical.read more
The problems were useful, but the actual lesson plans were not helpful; they were way too complicated/irrelevant.
Pub Date: 2012