February 2020
Math & Science Resources
Educators and parents/families in our service area ( Regions 2 & 3 ) may request books and materials from the T/TAC   William & Mary Library .
Smarter Than We Think: More Messages About Math, Teaching, and Learning in the 21st Century: A Resource for Teachers, Leaders, Policy Makers, and Families
Author: Cathy L. Seeley
Call Number: CMT146
Engaging Mathematics: Numbers & Operations and Algebra
Authors: Melissa Agnew & Stefanie McKoy
Call Number: CMT148
Algebra and the Elementary Classroom: Transforming Thinking, Transforming Practice
Author: Maria L. Blanton
Call Number: CMT123
Differentiating Science Instruction and Assessment for Learners with Special Needs, K-8
Authors: Kevin D. Finson, Christine K. Ormsbee, & Mary M. Jensen
Call Number: CSC17
Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Algebra
Authors: Catherine Twomey Fosnot & Bill Jacob
Call Number:  CMT122
Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Number Sense, Addition, and Subtraction  
Author: Catherine Twomey Fosnot
Call Number: CMT99
NGSS [Next Generation Science Standards] for all Students
Edited by Okhee Lee, Emily Miller, & Rita Januszyk
Call Number: CSC18
Strategies for Teaching Whole Number Computation: Using Error Analysis for Intervention and Assessment
Author: David Spangler
Call Number: CMT110
Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome, and Other Hands-on Learners: Strategies and Materials
Author: DeAnna Horstmeier
Call Number: CMT152
Science Formative Assessment: 75 Practical Strategies for Linking Assessment, Instruction, and Learning
Author: Page Keeley
Call Number: CSC19
Ensuring Success in Math and Science: Curriculum and Teaching Strategies for At-Risk Learners
Author: Randolf Tobias
Call Number: TT245
Bridging the Gap Between Arithmetic & Algebra
Author: Bradley S. Witzel
Call Number: CMT145
Including Students with Disabilities in Advanced Science Classes
Authors: Lori A. Howard & Elizabeth A. Potts
Call Number: CSC20
Styles and Strategies for Teaching High School Mathematics: 21 Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment
Authors: Edward J. Thomas, John R. Brunsting, & Pam L. Warrick
Call Number: CMT112
Teaching Elementary Mathematics to Struggling Learners
Authors: Bradley S. Witzel & Mary E. Little
Call Number: CMT151
Once you've identified books you'd like to borrow, submit the Request for Library Materials form. Please request no more than two books at a time. If the book(s) you've requested are available, we will mail them to you, along with a postage-paid envelope to facilitate the return of the items you've borrowed by their due date.