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What’s Math Got To Do With It?

This engaging book shows — rather than tells — the reader what terrific math instruction looks like. It’s for teachers and parents who want to improve children’s mathematics learning. The author presents advice and research findings through practical ideas that can be used in classrooms and homes.

Author: Jo Boaler
Year of Publishing: 2015
Number of Pages: 272

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  1. accessdenied (verified owner)

    This book offers an excellent look at why math is so important, and the foolish ways it taught in classes here. Parents should read this book.

  2. Life-Long-Learner (verified owner)

    “What’s Math Got To Do With It?” is a great summer read for every educator to read for inspiration around math reform in our schools. I was inspired by the practical ideas that I can take back into my classroom this year.

  3. Rene Hendricks (verified owner)

    I didn’t get this book :(. Will have to order later

  4. Lori Waller (verified owner)

    So smart! Everyone should read this book. Especially those who don’t quite enjoy math.

  5. Julie VanDeHey (verified owner)

    Jo Boaler continues to lead the way for math educators. Showing all the ways to make math engaging and accesible to all. All math educators and parents should read!

  6. Blibertad (verified owner)

    I never received this book, sadly.

  7. mingomom (verified owner)

    This was a compelling read that gave insight to a different perspective on how I view mathematics. With two kids in school, I thoroughly enjoyed the tricks and different techniques we can use to assist them in their learning.

  8. Sk8rcruz (verified owner)

    Doing math in my head becomes nearly impossible during times of stress, a lifelong affliction that had me getting either excellent or barely passing grades through middle school, then when I returned to complete a masters degree as an adult. This book laid out some of the mechanics behind these mathematical dissociations and provided some knowledge to help me become less avoidant of “math situations.”

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