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Higher Education Resources SPRING 2018 Discover new and award-winning resources that will help future educators improve student performance and engagement in mathematics.


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Solution Tree is a leading provider of research-based products and services developed by highly vetted and qualified thought leaders in education. Since 1998, we’ve helped more than one million educators navigate challenging issues that lie in the path of student success. Within these pages, you will find research-based books that will help you teach your students how to build a successful mathematics curriculum. Desk & Review Copies To faculty at accredited colleges and universities, Solution Tree provides free desk copies for adopted required texts and free review copies for consideration of potential course adoption. See page 13. For print copies, visit For electronic copies, visit VitalSourceTM at Ancillary Material Create an account on the Solution Tree website to gain access to study aids, reproducibles, and other course-related ancillaries. Free resource available at 3

Mathematics at Work™


Based on the four critical questions and three big ideas of PLC at Work™, Mathematics at Work™ promotes highly effective, research-affirmed instructional practices and actions that enhance daily student learning.

Mathematics Assessment and Intervention in a PLC at Work™ By Timothy D. Kanold, Sarah Schuhl, Matthew R. Larson, Bill Barnes, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, and Mona Toncheff Harness the power of assessment to inspire mathematics learning. This user-friendly resource shows how to develop high-quality common assessments and effectively use the assessments for formative learning and intervention. The book features unit samples for learning standards, sample unit exams, and more. 136 pages | Pub date: February 2018

• Explore an assessment model for writing quality common assessments. 
 • Utilize RTI Tier 2 intervention strategies for effectively responding to student learning. 
 • Make sense of the grade-level content standards and corresponding tasks. • Learn how to write quality common unit assessments and score them accurately. • Determine how students can reflect and set performance goals using common unit assessment results. 81BCC–BKF823 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-945349-97-3

Mathematics Instruction and Tasks in a PLC at Work™ By Timothy D. Kanold, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, Matthew R. Larson, Bill Barnes, Sarah Schuhl, and Mona Toncheff Improve your students’ comprehension and perseverance in mathematics. This user-friendly resource will help you identify high-quality lesson-design elements and then show you how to implement them within your classroom. The book features sample lesson templates, online resources for instructional support, and more. 144 pages | Pub date: March 2018

• Plan for the use of balanced rigorous mathematical practices and routines to teach each content standard during core instruction. 
 • Identify mathematics content standards students must learn in a unit and the appropriate math activities and tasks needed to develop understanding, application, and fluency progressions of mathematical concepts. 
 • Understand the importance of communicating the why of mathematical skills and essential learning standards to students. 81BCC–BKF824 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-945349-99-7

Mathematics Homework and Grading in a PLC at Work™ By Timothy D. Kanold, Bill Barnes, Matthew R. Larson, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, Sarah Schuhl, and Mona Toncheff Rely on this user-friendly resource to help you create common independent practice assignments and equitable grading practices that boost student achievement in mathematics. The book features teacher team tools and activities to inspire student achievement and perseverance. 112 pages | Pub date: March 2018

• Discover how you and your colleagues can design and use mathematics homework and grading practices to produce significant improvement in student learning. • Learn the value of common scoring agreements among educators. • Understand and find solutions to common grading errors to ensure equity among all students • Implement effective grading practices that provide meaningful and actionable formative feedback to students. 81BCC–BKF825 $24.95 USD | $31.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-943874-17-0


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Mathematics Coaching and Collaboration in a PLC at Work™ By Timothy D. Kanold, Mona Toncheff, Matthew R. Larson, Bill Barnes, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, and Sarah Schuhl Build a mathematics teaching community that promotes learning for K–12 educators and students. This user-friendly resource will help you coach highly effective teams within your PLC and then show you how to utilize collaboration and lesson-design elements for team reflection, data analysis, and action. 136 pages | Pub date: March 2018

• Build a collaborative math learning culture that engages and promotes learning for students and staff members. • Optimize coaching and foster equity and belonging to encourage collaboration. • Engage in mathematics lesson study to help teams learn from one another and reflect on effective strategies in teaching mathematics. • Develop norms, SMART goals for teachers, agendas, and a plan for working effectively as a collaborative team in a PLC at Work™. 81BCC–BKF826 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-943874-34-7

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Mathematics at Work™ pushes California district’s teachers to work better together for students and themselves After several visits to the district by Dr. Timothy D. Kanold, including a full day of professional development around Mathematics at Work™, Visalia USD entered a three-year contract at the start of the 2014–15 school year to have the program’s consultants work with middle and high school teachers. COACHING CONSISTENCY Mathematics at Work™ sent the same eight consultants to the same schools in Visalia USD since the start of the contract. Stacey McNinch-Curschman, the secondary curriculum director for Visalia, believes this consistency has been one of the keys to building trust between the consultants and educators. “That’s been a huge advantage that Mathematics at Work has guaranteed to us,” says McNinch-Curschman of the consultants’ continuity with schools. “The training support Mathematics at Work™ provides is a combination of classroom coaching, observation feedback, and targeted professional development. “While the Mathematics at Work™ consultants all have the same coaching outcomes and goals, they have been able to tackle specific needs of the individual schools they work with on their visits. “What this has allowed us to do is to customize to the needs of the school site,” says McNinch-Curschman.

MORE TIME ON MONDAYS Visalia USD adopted a bell schedule to allow collaborative teams to meet during the school day each week. The students have a late-start day on Mondays, with school starting one hour later than normal. McNinch-Curschman says the district understands that when asking teachers to undertake shifts in how they are teaching mathematics, they need more time to meet and collaborate. The additional meeting time allows teachers to have better collaborative conversations concerning student engagement and support. “The best way to encourage student learning is collaborative work by teachers in the field,” says McNinch-Curschman.

VISALIA USD SNAPSHOT Location: Visalia, California Student population: 27,056 in K–12 (as of 2015–16 school year) Student demographics: 67% Hispanic or Latino, 23% White, 5% Asian, 5% Other Socioeconomic data: 66% of students receive free or reducedprice lunch



Mathematics at Work™


Engage in the Mathematical Practices Strategies to Build Numeracy and Literacy With K–5 Learners By Kit Norris and Sarah Schuhl Discover more than 40 strategies for ensuring students learn critical reasoning skills and retain understanding. Each chapter is devoted to a different Standard for Mathematical Practice and offers an in-depth look at why the standard is important for students’ understanding of mathematics. 296 pages; grades K–5 | Pub date: February 2016 Free reproducibles available

• Gain examples of high-level tasks and lessondesign templates that promote the Standards for Mathematical Practice. • Discover targeted strategies you can use to help students meet the standards. • Explore research that supports the importance of the standards and strategies. • Consider real-life experiences that illustrate the tools and strategies at work. • Access reproducible task guides, task sources, and planning tools. • Apply familiar and effective literacy strategies to mathematics learning. 81BCC–BKF670 $37.95 USD | $47.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-936764-76-1

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Activating the Vision The Four Keys of Mathematics Leadership By Bill Barnes and Mona Toncheff Foreword by Timothy D. Kanold

In order to build and sustain a successful mathematics program, mathematics leaders must change traditional practices; meet new curricular, instructional, and assessment challenges; collaboratively establish a cohesive vision for teaching and learning; and then put that vision into action. 224 pages | Pub date: July 2016 Joint publication with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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• Answer questions to assess mathematics leadership • Consider scenarios that illustrate how mathematics leaders can take the visionary leadership actions described in this book • Explore the relationships among district-, site-, and team-level engagement 81BCC–BKF720 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-942496-94-6

Balancing the Equation

A Guide to School Mathematics for Educators & Parents

What Principals Need to Know About Teaching and Learning Mathematics

By Matthew R. Larson and Timothy D. Kanold

By Timothy D. Kanold, Diane J. Briars, and Francis (Skip) Fennell

This book focuses on educators and parents who seek to improve students’ understanding and success in mathematics. The authors tackle misconceptions about mathematics education and draw on peerreviewed research about the instructional Free reproducibles elements that can significantly improve available student learning. 136 pages | Pub date: April 2016 81BCC–BKF723 $24.95 USD | $31.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-936763-68-9

Joint publication with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


• Discover the big ideas and essential understandings of the four keys of effective mathematics leadership and how the four keys connect to each other

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This must-have resource offers support and encouragement for improved mathematics achievement across every grade level. With an emphasis on Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and Common Core State Standards, this book covers the importance of mathematics content, learning and instruction, and mathematics assessment. 136 pages; grades K–8 | Pub date: October 2011 81BCC–BKF501 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-935543-55-8

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& QA What inspires or drives your work? We know that all students can learn mathematics, and we are driven to give students learning opportunities that will set them up for success in middle school and beyond. We also know that teaching every student mathematics is not easy, and teachers need support. We have had amazing opportunities to work with teachers in all types of schools to see the learning impact teachers have with quality lessons. From their choice of tasks to the way they structure activities so students persevere, teachers matter and are the front lines for ensuring the learning of each and every student.

What challenges will Engage in the Mathematical Practices help educators overcome? Teaching mathematics is more than just a series of steps or shortcuts. How do students learn to persevere and try? How do students learn to make connections, reason, and explain their strategies? This book addresses these questions, using the framework of the standards for mathematical practice, which mirror all state process standards. We show how to use current curriculum materials, with over 41 strategies and activities designed to engage students in learning. There are links to strong literacy strategies already used successfully in K–5 classrooms. Lesson plans are shared to show

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the daily lesson design elements that strengthen student learning.

What is one big idea you hope educators will gain from this book? Our hope in writing this book is that teachers will learn the small, yet effective, things they can do when planning lessons and choosing tasks to engage students in learning content and practices every day. Teachers will grow their understanding of how lessons can be crafted so students develop numeracy with grade-level standards through readily applicable strategies and activities. Many strategies and activities are connected to effective literacy practices, and we showcased a detailed lesson plan at the end of each chapter. These strategies can be used in daily lessons or for targeted interventions as teachers work to ensure each student learns mathematics.

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DNA Mathematics


Why DNA Mathematics? DNA Mathematics empowers teachers, administrators, and coaches to master the mathematics being taught in classrooms. Grade-band-specific classroom videos are used extensively throughout the services to highlight key instructional practices and demonstrate to participants how they can successfully apply what they’ve learned in a classroom setting.

Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching series By Juli K. Dixon, Edward C. Nolan, Thomasenia Lott Adams, Janet B. Andreasen, Guy Barmoha, Lisa A. Brooks, Erhan Selcuk Haciomeroglu, Tashana D. Howse, George J. Roy, Farshid Safi, and Jennifer M. Tobias This user-friendly series presents an authentic look inside real mathematics classrooms and invites teachers to become learners. Explore strategies and techniques to effectively learn and teach significant mathematics concepts, and provide all students with the experiences they need to achieve academic success in mathematics. • Learn to apply the Tasks, Questions, and Evidence (TQE) Process to improve the teaching of mathematics. • Explore how to develop, select, and modify mathematics tasks in order to balance cognitive demand and engage students. • Discover the three important norms to uphold in all mathematics classrooms. • Access more than 30 exclusive videos that demonstrate how to teach students essential mathematics skills.

Grades K–2; 168 pages | Pub date: March 2016 81BCC–BKF695 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-942496-39-7

Grades 3–5; 200 pages | Pub date: March 2016 81BCC–BKF696 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-942496-42-7

Grades 6–8; 176 pages | Pub date: April 2016 81BCC–BKF697 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-942496-45-8

High School; 192 pages | Pub date: May 2016 81BCC–BKF698 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-942496-48-9

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We help administrators: • Make informed decisions regarding levels of support to enhance the effectiveness of teacher collaborative planning. • Understand mathematics for teaching to focus on student thinking during classroom observations. • Improve their ability to guide teachers to implement rigorous mathematics standards.

etc.) by allowing them to explore their roles as learners of mathematics. Understanding of content is then linked with the application of that knowledge to teaching for depth through discourse and the use of classroom videos. In our work with teachers and leaders, we explore the TQE Process by examining the importance of selecting and implementing engaging tasks, planning and developing effective questioning, and collecting and using evidence to guide instructional decision-making.

What challenges will it help them overcome? Teachers need to build new understandings and shift their view of the culture of mathematics classrooms to promote teaching for coherence. Coaches need to understand how to develop and promote teaching mathematics for depth in the professional relationships they foster. Administrators need to understand

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More resources to strengthen your mathematics practices A Mind for Mathematics Meaningful Teaching and Learning in Elementary Classrooms By Nanci N. Smith What does it take to be a good mathematics teacher who actively engages students and addresses learning differences? This easy-to-read text breaks down the complex components of mathematics teaching and divides them into practical strategies. Combining research, useful tactics, and examples from K–6 classrooms, the book includes reflection questions, action tasks, and activities to inspire and engage mathematical minds. 168 pages | Pub date: November 2016

• Examine the aspects of instruction, assessment, and learning that must be cultivated in order to develop mathematical minds. • Gain a mental picture of the essential elements of an effective mathematics classroom. • Observe specific classroom examples and vignettes that illustrate the concepts covered in each chapter. 81BCC–BKF724 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-943874-00-2

What We Know About Mathematics Teaching and Learning



By the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics

Third Edition Designed for accessibility, this book supports mathematics education reform and brings the rich world of education research and practice to preK–12 educators. It asks important questions, provides background research, offers implications for improving classroom instruction, and lists resources for further reading. 144 pages | Pub date: March 2010 81BCC–BKF395 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-935249-95-5

Themes and Imperatives for Mathematics Education

Help all students become high-achieving mathematics learners. Discover best practices to fully align instruction with the CCSS for mathematics, and develop a strong understanding of mathematics culture. You’ll gain practical strategies for creating an environment that supports mathematics learning. 104 pages | Pub date: March 2014 81BCC–BKF600 $24.95 USD | $31.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-936764-91-4

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The PRIME Leadership Framework

RTI in Math

By the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics

By William N. Bender and Darlene Crane

PRinciples and Indicators for Mathematics Education Leaders

Every leader in K–12 mathematics education should own this book. It reveals four leadership principles and 12 action indicators essential to creating equity and excellence in math programs. The NCSM leadership framework for dialogue and collaborative action includes reproducibles, reflective questions, and additional resources. 104 pages | Pub date: March 2008 81BCC–BKF250 $24.95 USD | $31.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-27-7

Practical Guidelines for Elementary Teachers

Explore common student difficulties in math, and see a three-tier RTI model in action. The authors provide an overview of research, detailed guidance through each stage of implementation, tools for Free reproducibles reflection and growth, and discussion of support strategies beyond the classroom. available 216 pages; grades K–5 | Pub date: August 2010 Free study guide 81BCC–BKF279 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD available

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& QA What inspires or drives your work? My work is inspired by a love for kids and the teachers who work with them. The excitement of watching students and teachers understand something and make connections is incredible. Math is a subject that is too often taught as something to be memorized, whether it is number facts or the steps to a procedure. I love it when you can see that students have made sense of the math! Math can be taught in so many fun and creative ways so that numbers come to life and the operations make perfect sense. I love sharing these ideas.

What makes A Mind for Mathematics unique? A Mind for Mathematics is a look at the complexities of what it takes to teach math effectively in the elementary classroom. It begins with setting up a classroom environment where kids risk being wrong and wrestle with important tasks. It includes engaging strategies for teaching, lesson plans and examples, assessment ideas, and how to make these work for all the different kids we teach. Each chapter ends with questions for reflection and a call to action to encourage teachers to live out the book. Perhaps my favorite chapter is the last—advice from the field on maintaining balance and sanity!

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What challenges will this book help educators overcome? I wrote this book to overcome two of the greatest challenges I see in the teaching of elementary mathematics: not making sense of the mathematics and boredom. The book is about engaging with, figuring out, and exploring mathematics in new and energizing ways, all within a community of learners doing the same things. The many games and lesson examples provide “boredom-busting� solutions, and the tips on building the right environment support the Mind for Mathematics we want students to have. Differentiation examples are given, so this approach to learning math is indeed for every math student.


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Strategies for Mathematics Instruction and Intervention By Chris Weber, Darlene Crane, and Tom Hierck Build a solid mathematics program by emphasizing prioritized learning goals and integrating RTI into your curriculum. Prepare students to move forward in mathematics learning, and ensure their continued growth in critical thinking and problem solving. With this series, you’ll discover an RTI model that provides the mathematics instruction, assessment, and intervention strategies necessary to meet the complex, diverse needs of students.

• Understand how teaching prioritized standards helps students become college and career ready and able to retain mathematics knowledge. • Gain strategies to build the RTI framework into your mathematics program. • Learn to teach mathematics in a way that helps learners gain conceptual understanding, procedural competency, and the ability to apply mathematics knowledge.

Grades K–5; 176 pages | Pub date: December 2014

Grades 6–8; 176 pages | Pub date: June 2015

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Making Math Accessible to English Language Learners series Practical Tips and Suggestions By r4 Educated Solutions Gain practical classroom tips and suggestions to strengthen the quality of your classroom mathematics instruction. Although the authors focus on helping English language learners build academic vocabulary and proficiency in mathematics, many of the tips and suggestions benefit all students and are based on research in practices and strategies that address English learners’ affective, linguistic, and cognitive needs. Joint publications with r4 Educated Solutions

Grades K–2; 176 pages | Pub date: August 2009 81BCC–BKF284 $29.95 USD | $37.50 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-62-8

Grades 3–5; 192 pages | Pub date: September 2009 81BCC–BKF285 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-63-5

Grades 6–8; 200 pages | Pub date: September 2009 81BCC–BKF286 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-64-2

Grades 9–12; 216 pages | Pub date: September 2009 81BCC–BKF287 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-65-9

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Making Math Accessible to Students With Special Needs series Practical Tips and Suggestions By r4 Educated Solutions These manuals offer tools and guidance to increase confidence and competence so that 99 percent of students will be able to access enrolled grade-level mathematics. Chapters cover federal and state legislation, research-based instructional best practices, and alternative instruction and assessment practices. Joint publications with r4 Educated Solutions

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Grades K–2; 232 pages | Pub date: April 2010 81BCC–BKF288 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-66-6

Grades 3–5; 224 pages | Pub date: June 2010 81BCC–BKF289 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-67-3

Grades 6–8; 192 pages | Pub date: June 2010 81BCC–BKF290 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-68-0

Grades 9–12; 192 pages | Pub date: July 2010 81BCC–BKF291 $34.95 USD | $44.00 CAD ISBN 978-1-934009-69-7

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