Contemporary Mathematics in Context: A Unified Approach, Course 1, Part A, Student Edition
Contemporary Mathematics in Context engages students in investigation-based, multi-day lessons organized around big ideas. Important mathematical concepts are developed in relevant contexts by students in ways that make sense to them. Courses 1, along with Courses 2 and 3, comprise a core curriculum that upgrades the mathematics experience for all your students. Course 4 is designed for all college-bound students. Developed with funding from the National Science Foundation, each course is the product of a four-year research, development, and evaluation process involving thousands of students in schools across the country.
Call number in WMU's library
LT 5300 .G53 C66 2003 gr.9
Science and Mathematics Education
Citation for published book
Coxford, Arthur F., James T. Fey, Christian R. Hirsch, Harold L. Schoen, Gail Burrill, Eric W. Hart, A. E. Watkins, Mary Jo Messenger, Beth E. Ritsema, Rebecca K. Walker, and Core-Plus Mathematics Project. Contemporary Mathematics in Context. Course 1 : A Unified Approach / Arthur F. Coxford, James T. Fey, Christian R. Hirsch, Harold L. Schoen, Gail Burrill, Eric W. Hart, Ann E. Watkins ; with Mary Jo Messenger, Beth E. Ritsema, Rebecca K. Walker. 2003. Print.
Coxford, Arthur F.; Fey, James T.; Hirsch, Christian R.; Schoen, Harold L.; Burrill, Gail; Hart, Eric W.; Watkins, Ann E.; Ritsema, Beth; and Messenger, Mary Jo, "Contemporary Mathematics in Context: A Unified Approach, Course 1, Part A, Student Edition" (2003). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 410.