MATHEMATICS 

GRADE 
LEVEL TITLE
AUTHOR Book # 
HIGH
SCHOOL 

K12 Architecture in Education: Foundation of Architecture M51 Philadelphia 
The concepts in this program
reflect three broad areas of study: 
perceptual,
social and technological. This is a comprehensive approach 
to learning
and forms the basis for the interdisciplinary, sequential 
character of
the program. 

912 Balanced Assessment for Mathematics Dale Seymore Publishing M16 
M17 
This
package offers a wide range of assessment tasks that allow students 
to
demonstrate their ability to reason and communicate mathematically. 
Mathematics content covered is
geometry; data analysis; statistics and 
probability;
patterns, functions and algebra; and measurement and computation. 

912 Developing and Applying Probability Concepts Timothy
Husband, Ph.D. M54 

A
professional development module developed with support from the Michigan
Department 
of Education
Goals 2000 Benchmarks Clarification Project – MI CLiMB in collaboration 
with Macomb
ISD and the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 

912 Every Minute Counts: David R. Johnson M43 
Making Your Math Class
Work 

Provides secondary teachers with ideas for engaging students for every 
minute of a math class. 

912 Exploratory
Problems in Mathematics Frederick
W. Stevenson M2 

Openended
problems that introduce students to the creative side 
of
mathematics. Offers problems that are specific yet have ample 
room
for proper mathematical exploration. 

K9 Family
Math Jean
Kerr Stenmark, M42 
Virginia Thompson 
Ruth Cossey 
Handson activities using household supplies that parents and their 
children can do to together to enhance mathematical skills. 

49 Finding Your Bearings AIMS M22 

Finding Your Bearings contains activities that integrate geography, math, and science. 
Students problem solve as they study maps and globes through handson activities such 
as Fire
on the Mountain, Surf and Sand Toss, Global AdVENNtures, The Forecast for 
Today,
Shrinking Boundaries, Navigating Numerically, Bird’s Eye View, Physically 
Featured, and I’ve Got the
World on a String. 

912 From the Beginning David
Buhl M50 
A
World of Story Problems Through Time Robert
McGinty 

This is a collection of classroom
ready historical story problems 
whose origins
are credited to notable mathematicians and philosophers. 

912 Groups
and Summetry David
W. Farmer M4 

Guides
students to experiment with ideas relating to pattern and symmetry. 
Rich
in exploratory mathematics, the book looks at the concepts applied in 
the
real world, such as in wallpapers, nature, or art and architecture. All you 
need
is enthusiasm and a knowledge of basic high school mathematics. 

312 Making the Connection WEPAN M41 

This unit
has students design, build and test solutions to problems. 
The
goal is for students to understand the basics of engineering associated 
with
the construction and packaging of
items to preserve, market, and 
safely deliver products; exploring energy conversions and
needs; handling large 
system based problems; test a method of transferring
information securely. 

59 Math + Science , A Solution AIMS M26 

Math + Science. A Solution consists of more than 25 innovative activities that 
integrate math and science. The investigations use a variety of readily available 
and easily understood materials from marbles and M&M’s¨ candies to old shoes 
and rubber balls and provides a great sampling of experiences that strengthen 
process skills. 

512 The Mathematics of Microgravity NASA M62 

This publication identifies the
underlying mathematics and physics 
principles
that apply to microgravity. 

610 Paper
Folding – For the Mathematics Class Donovan
A. Johnson M10 

Illustrated
and loaded with handson activities that show how how to fold 
basic
constructions and explores geometric concepts, circle relationships, 
products
and factors, polygons, and much more. 

512 Paper Square Geometry: AIMS M36 
The Mathematics of Origami 

This guide offers
students a handson, discoverybased approach to 
learning geometry through origami. As they construct
threedimensional origami models, 
students will increase their spatial awareness, look at
specific geometric concepts such 
as the properties of polyhedral, and create their own
understanding of the imbedded 
mathematical concepts. Students will also be introduced to
the language of mathematics 
as they learn to describe their discoveries using
appropriate geometric terminology and 
notation. Includes 30 sixinch squares of paper in
assorted colors. 

69 Proportional Reasoning AIMS M31 

This guide includes activities which use interesting contexts to 
approach proportional reasoning. Proportional reasoning is a unifying idea that 
encompasses many mathematical subjects ratios, proportions, percents, scale, 
similarity, linear functions, etc. This publication pursues these subjects not in 
isolation but through their connectedness. 

312 Writing to Learn Mathematics Joan Countryman M35 

Writing
to Learn Mathematics demonstrates the use of journals, learning 
logs,
letters, etc. to improve the reasoning abilities of students of all grade 
levels.
It can help students develop concepts and thinking skills as well 
as
free them to recognize what they know and what they want to explore 
further
about mathematics. 




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