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Marian Small is the former dean of education at the University of New Brunswick and longtime professor of mathematics education. She is widely known for her bestselling books and her in-district work with educators in the United States and Canada. Visit her website onetwoinfinity.ca for in-person and online professional development.
This is a resource that could be used by new and experienced K-8 teachers as they deepen their understanding of each SMP or as they explore different tasks used with their students. It would also be a powerful tool used by a data team or mathematics departmentto explore different ways to deepen students' experiences and use the data from these tasks to reflect on their own practices. As teachers seek tasks that require students to persevere in their thinking and problem solving, this book is a worthy resource. The author provides a thoughtful collection of ways for readers to facilitate students' development of these practice standards as they learn what it takes to think like a mathematician.--Mathematics Teacher
"Teachers, teacher educators, and preservice teachers in K-grade 8 can all benefit from this book...This book uses coursework that addresses the Common Core State Standards and methods and content courses for elementary and secondary school teachers. For all teachers, having access to the problems as a resource is by itself worth the price of the book." --Teaching Children Mathematics