The Report of the Expert Panel on Math in grades 4 to 6 in Ontario, 2004
One of the best places for teachers to find Math resources-
Find them here http://www.edugains.ca/newsite/lns/index.html
This book is a great resource. The books is based on teaching mathematics based on current research. This current research bases mathematical learning on current standards, culturally oriented, relevant problem solving, use of manipulative, collaborative and cooperative learning.
This resource for teachers is based on the research work from the Laboratory School at the Dr. Erick Jackman Institute of Child Study, at OISE. Natural curiosity rests on the bases that children have a natural inclination to figuring out the world. If we switch to teaching and learning following children’s natural inquiry about the world we penetrate into a sense of wonder and of powerful inquiry based learning. Thus, inquiry based learning creates a fundamental and intrinsic interconnection of the child to the world. Caring about the world is a state of mind that will be required to heal the world.
This resource can be found at http://www.naturalcuriosity.ca
The Caldecott prize has been given out yearly since 1938 to examples of childrens’ literature that are engaging, sophisticated, creative and a joy to read. Here is the website:
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The NAACP awards prizes to books that represent social justice and creativity in the form of childrens’ literature. Here is the website: