# Making Math Meaningful to Canadian Students, K-8, 4th Edition

Marian Small

Previously published by Nelson. Now in its fourth edition, Making Math Meaningful continues to provide teachers with insight on how to make mathematics make sense to students. Combining Dr. Marian Small’s wealth of research in Canadian classrooms and practical experience, this resource supports teacher candidates developing a foundation of mathematics and classroom strategies. For teachers digging into mathematical concepts in their own classrooms, it continues to serve as a reference for common student errors, strategies, and additional professional learning resources. Updated to reflect current Canadian curricula across the country, Making Math Meaningful helps Canadian educators embrace mathematics and pass on passion and confidence for problem-solving on to their students.

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## Table of Contents for *Making Math Meaningful to Canadian Students, K-8, 4th Edition*

- Front Matter
- Chapter 1: How Students Learn Math and What Math We Want Them to Learn
- Chapter 2: Focusing Instruction on Big Ideas and Mathematical Processes
- Chapter 3: Assessment and Evaluation
- Chapter 4: Planning Instruction
- Chapter 5: A Focus on Problem Solving
- Chapter 6: A Focus on Communication and Discourse
- Chapter 7: Early Number
- Chapter 8: Early Operations
- Chapter 9: Developing Fact Fluency
- Chapter 10: Representing Larger Whole Numbers
- Chapter 11: Estimation and Calculation Strategies with Larger Whole Numbers
- Chapter 12: Fractions
- Chapter 13: Decimals