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100 1  Small, Marian,|eauthor. 
245 10 Good questions :|bgreat ways to differentiate mathematics 
       instruction in the standards-based classroom /|cMarian 
       Small ; foreword by Carol Ann Tomlinson. 
250    Third edition. 
264  1 New York :|bTeachers College Press/ Teachers College/
       Columbia University ;|aReston, VA :|bNational Council of 
       Teachers of Mathematics,|c[2017] 
300    xv, 287 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Subtitle varies slightly from previous edition. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-279) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tThe Challenge in Math Classrooms --|tWhat It Means to 
       Meet Student Needs --|tAssessing Students' Needs --
       |tPrinciples and Approaches to Differentiating Instruction
       --|tTwo Core Strategies for Differentiating Mathematics 
       Instruction: Open Questions and Parallel Tasks --
       |tCreating a Math Talk Community --|g1.|tCounting & 
       Cardinality and Number & Operations in Base Ten --|tTopics
       --|tThe Big Ideas for Counting & Cardinality and for 
       Number & Operations in Base Ten --|tOpen Questions for 
       Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --|tOpen Questions for Grades 3-5 
       --|tParallel Tasks for Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --
       |tParallel Tasks for Grades 3-5 --|tSumming Up --|g2.
       |tNumber & Operations -- Fractions --|tTopics --|tThe Big 
       Ideas for Number & Operations -- Fractions --|tOpen 
       Questions for Grades 3-5 --|tParallel Tasks for Grades 3-5
       --|tSumming Up --|g3.|tRatios & Proportional Relationships
       --|tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for Ratios & Proportional 
       Relationships --|tOpen Questions for Grades 6-8 --
       |tParallel Tasks for Grades 6-8 --|tSumming Up --|g4.|tThe
       Number System --|tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for The Number 
       System --|tOpen Questions for Grades 6-8 --|tParallel 
       Tasks for Grades 6-8 --|tSumming Up --|g5.|tOperations & 
       Algebraic Thinking --|tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for 
       Operations & Algebraic Thinking --|tOpen Questions for 
       Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --|tOpen Questions for Grades 3-5 
       --|tParallel Tasks for Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --
       |tParallel Tasks for Grades 3-5 --|tSumming Up --|g6.
       |tExpressions & Equations and Functions --|tTopics --|tThe
       Big Ideas for Expressions & Equations and for Functions --
       |tOpen Questions for Grades 6-8 --|tParallel Tasks for 
       Grades 6-8 --|tSumming Up --|g7.|tMeasurement & Data --
       |tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for Measurement & Data --|tOpen
       Questions for Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --|tOpen Questions 
       for Grades 3-5 --|tParallel Tasks for Prekindergarten-
       Grade 2 --|tParallel Tasks for Grades 3-5 --|tSumming Up -
       -|g8.|tGeometry --|tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for Geometry 
       --|tOpen Questions for Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --|tOpen 
       Questions for Grades 3-5 --|tOpen Questions for Grades 6-8
       --|tParallel Tasks for Prekindergarten-Grade 2 --
       |tParallel Tasks for Grades 3-5 --|tParallel Tasks for 
       Grades 6-8 --|tSumming Up --|g9.|tStatistics & Probability
       --|tTopics --|tThe Big Ideas for Statistics & Probability 
       --|tOpen Questions for Grades 6-8 --|tParallel Tasks for 
       Grades 6-8 --|tSumming Up --|tConclusions --|tThe Need for
       Manageable Strategies --|tDeveloping Open Questions and 
       Parallel Tasks --|tThe Benefits of These Strategies. 
520    Now in its Third Edition -- expanded with over 100 new 
       tasks and questions -- this bestselling resource helps 
       experienced and novice teachers to effectively and 
       efficiently differentiate mathematics instruction in 
       grades K-8. Math education expert Marian Small shows 
       teachers how to get started and become expert at using two
       powerful and universal strategies: Open Questions and 
       Parallel Tasks. This volume includes key changes that will
       make it easier for teachers to use in all quality state 
       standards environments, including direct links to Common 
       Core content standards and standards for mathematical 
       practice. Classroom examples, many new for this edition, 
       are provided at each grade band: K-2, 3-5 and 6-8. Along 
       with each example, the text describes how teachers can 
       evoke productive conversations that meet the needs of a 
       broad range of learners. -- Provided by publisher. 
650  0 Mathematics|xStudy and teaching (Elementary) 
650  0 Individualized instruction. 
650  0 Effective teaching. 
650  7 Effective teaching.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00903762 
650  7 Individualized instruction.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00970355 
650  7 Mathematics|xStudy and teaching (Elementary)|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst01012272 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aSmall, Marian.|tGood questions.|bThird 
       edition.|dNew York, NY : Teachers College Press, [2017]
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