Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers 6th edition

Tom Bassarear
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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• Chapter 1: Foundations for Learning Mathematics
• 1.1: Getting Started and Problem Solving (15)
• 1.2: Process, Practice, and Content Standards (53)
• 1: Review Exercises

• Chapter 2: Sets and Numeration
• 2.1: Sets (17)
• 2.2: Numeration (25)
• 2: Review Exercises

• Chapter 3: The Four Fundamental Operations of Arithmetic
• 3.2: Understanding Subtraction (17)
• 3.3: Understanding Multiplication (25)
• 3.4: Understanding Division (60)
• 3: Review Exercises

• Chapter 4: Extending the Number System
• 4.1: Integers (17)
• 4.2: Fractions and Rational Numbers (30)
• 4.3: Understanding Operations with Fractions (33)
• 4.4: Beyond Integers and Fractions (18)
• 4: Review Exercises

• Chapter 5: Proportional Reasoning
• 5.1: Ratio and Proportion (29)
• 5.2: Percents (27)
• 5: Review Exercises

• Chapter 6: Algebraic Thinking
• 6.1: Understanding Patterns, Relations, and Functions (11)
• 6.2: Representing and Analyzing Mathematical Situations and Structures Using Algebraic Symbols (8)
• 6.3: Using Mathematical Models to Represent and Understand Quantitative Relationships (7)
• 6.4: Analyzing Change in Various Contexts (6)
• 6: Review Exercises

• Chapter 7: Uncertainty: Data and Chance
• 7.1: The Process of Collecting and Analyzing Data (13)
• 7.2: Going Beyond the Basics (21)
• 7.3: Concepts Related to Chance (17)
• 7.4: Counting and Chance (11)
• 7: Review Exercises

• Chapter 8: Geometry as Shape
• 8.1: Basic Ideas and Building Blocks (6)
• 8.2: Two-Dimensional Figures (19)
• 8.3: Three-Dimensional Figures (16)
• 8: Review Exercises

• Chapter 9: Geometry as Measurement
• 9.1: Systems of Measurement (16)
• 9.2: Perimeter and Area (28)
• 9.3: Surface Area and Volume (10)
• 9: Review Exercises

• Chapter 10: Geometry as Transforming Shapes
• 10.1: Congruence Transformations (17)
• 10.2: Symmetry and Tessellations (11)
• 10.3: Similarity (9)
• 10: Review Exercises

Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers 6th edition offers future teachers a comprehensive mathematics course designed to foster concept development through examples, investigations, and explorations. This latest edition contains a brand new chapter, "Algebraic Thinking." The WebAssign component for this text engages students with immediate feedback, step-by-step videos, and a question bank of end-of-section exercises.

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Chapter 1: Foundations for Learning Mathematics
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Chapter 2: Sets and Numeration
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Chapter 3: The Four Fundamental Operations of Arithmetic
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Chapter 4: Extending the Number System
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Chapter 5: Proportional Reasoning
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Chapter 6: Algebraic Thinking
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Chapter 7: Uncertainty: Data and Chance
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Chapter 8: Geometry as Shape
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Chapter 9: Geometry as Measurement
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Chapter 10: Geometry as Transforming Shapes
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Total 606