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Solidly grounded in up-to-date research, theory and technology, Teaching Secondary Mathematicsis a practical, student-friendly, and popular text for secondary mathematics methods courses. It provides clear and useful approaches for mathematics teachers, and shows how concepts typically found in a secondary mathematics curriculum can be taught in a positive and encouraging way. The thoroughly revised fourth edition combines this pragmatic approach with truly innovative and integrated technology content throughout. Synthesized content between the book and comprehensive companion website offers expanded discussion of chapter topics, additional examples and technological tips. An online graphic calculator invites students to interact with the math content of the book, while video clips provide chapter by chapter illustrations of classroom instructional strategies. Each chapter features tried and tested pedagogical techniques, problem solving challenges, discussion points, activities, mathematical challenges, and student-life based applications that will encourage students to think and do. New in this edition: A companion website replete with chapter-by-chapter video lessons, teacher tools, problem solving Q&As, helpful links and resources, and embedded graphing calculators. Updated icons, including NCTM core standards and math history, that connect to key strands that readers will find indispensible as they build their professional knowledge and skills. Problem solving challenges and sticky questions featured in each chapter encourage students to think through everyday issues and possible solutions. Fresh interior design to better highlight pedagogical elements and key features, all to better engage students.