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I found a great deal of joy in that revelation and I found both joy and dismay throughout the book.
As a university professor of mathematics education who has grave concerns about the state of mathematics education in the US, I was thrilled to see this book.
Every math teacher should read this book, since it provides an interesting and fun way to teach the common core standards.
Superb book! Addresses many aspects of what's wrong with math teaching today (timed testing, over-focus on memorized algorithms, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher D. Harrow
I particularly like the parent connection here. For the highest level of success, those of us who are parents need to take a part in our children's math education too.Published 2 months ago by Bruce Johnson
Excellent book about how to help children feel confident in math.Published 4 months ago by D. Begeman
Great book for parents and teachers alike. Excellent resources for all to make Math a relevant subject for students while keeping them motivated.Published 4 months ago by xlion81
The book is not as fun as the cover makes it look. Its more political than helpful. She makes some good points but I couldn't help but feel like she misrepresents the side of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joseph Bywater
I ordered this book to learn more about teaching math, instead I get a critic of how bad teachers teach math, Not much in how to improve things. Read morePublished 11 months ago by JAC_the_Reader
This book will change the way you look at mathematics and provides valuable advice for helping your child learn to love math. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Leise Thomason