Item description for Five Easy Steps to a Balanced Math Program for Upper Elementary Teachers by Larry Ainsworth & Jan Christinson...
Five Easy Steps to a Balanced Math Program is a method for educators to use the texts and tools that they currently have to create a math instruction program that will create powerfully math literate students.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 8.5" Height: 10.25" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 25, 2007
Publisher Advanced Learning Press
ISBN 1933196238 ISBN13 9781933196237
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More About Larry Ainsworth & Jan Christinson
Larry Ainsworth is the Executive Director of Professional Development at The Leadership and Learning Center in Englewood, Colorado. He travels nationally and internationally to assist school systems in implementing best practices related to standards, assessment, and accountability across all grades and content areas. He is the author or coauthor of ten published books, including Rigorous Curriculum Design, Unwrapping the Standards, Power Standards, Common Formative Assessments, Student Generated Rubrics, and Five Easy Steps to a Balanced Math Program, including three 2006 editions, one each for the primary, upper elementary, and secondary grade spans. His chapter Common Formative Assessments: The Centerpiece of an Integrated Standards-Based Assessment System appears in the 2007 assessment anthology Ahead of the Curve: The Power of Assessment to Transform Teaching and Learning, edited by Douglas B. Reeves. Larry regularly works on site in school systems to assist leaders and educators in understanding and implementing standards-based practices: prioritizing and unwrapping the standards, developing common formative assessments, designing authentic performance tasks, and creating rigorous curricular units of study in all content areas, pre-kindergarten through grade 12."