UBC Education Library resources supporting teaching mathematics

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Visible learning for mathematics, grades K-12 : what works best to optimize student learning / John Hattie, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey, with Linda M. Gojak, Sara Delano Moore, and William Mellman, foreword by Diane J. Briars.

Call Number:QA16 .H38 2017 

Yes, but why? : teaching for understanding in mathematics / Ed Southall.

Call Number:QA11.2 .S687 2017 

Math for real life : teaching practical uses for algebra, geometry and trigonometry / Jim Libby.

Call Number:QA135.6 .L54 2017 

Daily routines to jump-start math class. Middle school : engage students, improve number sense, and practice reasoning / John J. SanGiovanni, Eric Milou.

Call Number:QA135.6 .S2575 2019 

Teaching mathematics using popular culture : strategies for common core instruction from film and television / Elana Reiser.

Call Number:QA11 .R426 2015 

We reason & we prove for ALL mathematics : building students’ critical thinking, Grades 6-12 / Fran Arbaugh [and four others].

Call Number:QA11.2 .A73 2019 

Challenging mathematical tasks : unlocking the potential of all students / Peter Sullivan.

Call Number:QA135.6 .S65 2018