**Math teachers will find the classroom-tested lessons and strategies in this book to be accessible and easily implemented in the classroom**

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The *Teacher’s Toolbox* series is an innovative, research-based resource providing teachers with instructional strategies for students of all levels and abilities. Each book in the collection focuses on a specific content area. Clear, concise guidance enables teachers to quickly integrate low-prep, high-value lessons and strategies in their middle school and high school classrooms. Every strategy follows a practical, how-to format established by the series editors.

*The Math Teacher's Toolbox *contains hundreds of student-friendly classroom lessons and teaching strategies. Clear and concise chapters, fully aligned to Common Core math standards, cover the underlying research, required technology, practical classroom use, and modification of each high-value lesson and strategy.

This book employs a hands-on approach to help educators quickly learn and apply proven methods and techniques in their mathematics courses. Topics range from the planning of units, lessons, tests, and homework to conducting formative assessments, differentiating instruction, motivating students, dealing with “math anxiety,” and culturally responsive teaching. Easy-to-read content shows how and why math should be taught as a language and how to make connections across mathematical units. Designed to reduce instructor preparation time and increase student engagement and comprehension, this book:

- Explains the usefulness, application, and potential drawbacks of each instructional strategy
- Provides fresh activities for all classrooms
- Helps math teachers work with ELLs, advanced students, and students with learning differences
- Offers real-world guidance for working with parents, guardians, and co-teachers

*The Math Teacher's Toolbox: Hundreds of Practical ideas to Support Your Students *is an invaluable source of real-world lessons, strategies, and techniques for general education teachers and math specialists, as well as resource specialists/special education teachers, elementary and secondary educators, and teacher educators.