Laurie has an MS in Education and an MA in Economics. She has been teaching and studying mathematics education for over 20 years. She has credentials in mathematics and economics. Prior to teaching, Laurie worked as an economist and statistician. Laurie is available to train other educators on how to excite students about math and learning by using data analysis projects in the classroom. You can email her at laurie@quantgal.com
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2 thoughts on “My Favorite Books on Teaching Math”

If you haven’t read “How to Solve It” by Polya, I think you might really enjoy it. It’s a manual for how to get students to ask good questions in class.

If you haven’t read “How to Solve It” by Polya, I think you might really enjoy it. It’s a manual for how to get students to ask good questions in class.

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Thanks, I’ll check it out and add it to my very small list. I really need to add more.

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