5 edition of Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum, K-12 found in the catalog.
Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum, K-12
April 1991 by Natl Council of Teachers of .
Written in English
|Contributions||Christian R. Hirsch (Editor), Margaret J. Kenney (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
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This yearbook provides the mathematics education community with specific perceptions about discrete mathematics concerning its importance, its composition at various grade levels, and ideas about how to teach it.
Many practical suggestions with respect to the implementation of a discrete mathematics school program are included. A unifying thread throughout the book is that discrete mathematics Cited by: 9. Discrete mathematics: the math for our time / John A. Dossey --A cautionary note / Anthony D.
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The material in this chapter is drawn from activities that have been. Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum, K Yearbook Hardcover – 1 Apr by Margaret J.
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Discrete Mathematics across the. Two important resources on discrete mathematics for teachers at all grade levels are the NCTM Yearbook, Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum K and the DIMACS Volume, Discrete Mathematics in the Schools: Making an Impact edited by J.
Rosenstein, D. Franzblau, and F. Roberts. Two important resources on discrete mathematics for teachers at all levels are the NCTM Yearbook Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum K and the DIMACS Volume Discrete Mathematics in the Schools: Making An Impact.
Another important resource for teachers is This Is MEGA-Mathematics. Standard 14 - Discrete Mathematics. The mathematics community has a long history of supporting strong mathematics content preparation for prospective teachers.
Current publications of the professional societies continue to make this case, emphasizing that the new K reforms require teachers to have increased mathematical breadth.A Call for Change (Leitzel,preface) notes: “The content of collegiate level courses must.
Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum, K K-12 book Articles) NCTM, ; see. This edited collection is one of the NCTM Yearbook series, written to supplement the Discrete Mathematics Standard in the NCTM Standards.
Most of the articles focus on a single topic, such as graphs or recursion, illustrated with activities suggested. Part of the Mathematics Education Library book series (MELI, volume 40) A problem-solving approach for middle school students.
In M. Kenny & C. Hirsch (Eds.), Discrete mathematics across the curriculum, K Yearbook (pp. 55–58). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
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Typically, they also determine the content of the subjects being taught. Furthermore, because decisions. Oct 13, · Abstract. It has been suggested that activities in discrete mathematics allow a kind of new beginning for students and teachers. Students who have been “turned off” by traditional school mathematics, and teachers who have long ago routinized their instruction, can find in the domain of discrete mathematics opportunities for mathematical discovery and interesting, nonroutine problem Cited by: 3.
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NCTM dedicated its yearbook, Discrete Mathematics Across the Curriculum K, to this topic in order to give the mathematics education community a better understanding of what discrete mathematics is. The book is a compilation of articles on issues relating to discrete mathematics.
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This book is a collection of articles by experienced educators and explains why and how discrete mathematics should be taught in K classrooms. It includes evidence for "why" and practical guidance for "how" and also discusses how discrete mathematics can be used as a vehicle for achieving the broader goals of the major effort now underway to improve mathematics education.
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