Coming Spring 2016

Strategic Journeys for Building Logical Reasoning: Activities Across the Content Areas K-5, 6-8, 9-12

by Tammy L. Jones and Leslie A. Texas

Find out how to help your students become more deeply-engaged learners and improve their writing skills at the same time! With the more rigorous standards set by the Common Core and next-generation assessments, teachers are faced with the challenges of helping their students achieve a deeper understanding of content than ever before. This new book from bestselling authors Tammy Jones and Leslie Texas offers elementary school teachers ways to incorporate authentic writing and literacy-building activities across all subject areas. Filled with hands-on activities and printable worksheets, Strategic Journeys for Building Logical Reasoning, K-5 will guide you to making your students into better writers, critical thinkers, and innovators.
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Tammy L Jones and Leslie A Texas, co-authors of Strategies for Common Core Mathematics Implementing the Standards for Mathematical Practice  K-5, 6-8, 9-12 , are releasing this new book series spring of 2016, Strategic Journeys for Building Logical Reasoning.


Strategies for Common Core Mathematics

by Leslie A. Texas and Tammy L. Jones

These practical books provide an explanation of each of the eight mathematical practices and give educators speci c instructional strategies that align with the Common Core State Standards for

Math teachers, curriculum coordinators, and district math supervisors get practical ideas on how to engage their students in mathematical practices, develop problem-solving skills, and promote higher-order thinking. Learn how to sca old activities across grades and get strategies you can implement immediately in your classroom. All mathematics educators should have this book in their professional libraries!

Click on the grade band you would like to find out more about:  K-5, 6-8, 9-12


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White Paper:  Opportunities for Questioning Moving Both the Learner and the Learning Forward