- Children's Mathematics by Carpenter et al and Extending Children's Mathematics by Empson and Levi
- Kamii and Wu: I had assumed this was in reference to a joint work, but I couldn't find one. Here are links to their respective work: Wu's papers, and Kamii's)
- Fosnot et al: Young Mathematicians at Work series
- Ball/Bass/Hill: this is a link to Deborah Ball's work that should suffice
- Liping Ma's Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (not to be confused with this article by Askey)
- Nunes & Bryant. I'm not sure which paper/book of theirs is the top pick. Here are a couple: Children Doing Mathematics, Key understandings in Mathematics Learning (with Watson)
- The Common Core Standards themselves: math and English language
- NCTM Essential Understanding series
- Rational Number Project (fractions, multiple models)
- Christopher Danielson's own blogs: Talking Math With Kids and Overthinking My Teaching
- Mathminds blog

## Sunday, January 25, 2015

### CD's required reading

Christopher Danielson (@Trianglemancsd) started a twitter conversation listing essential reading for people who want to make pronouncements about mathematics education. Of course, this serves a dual use for anyone who wants to improve their own practice, in which spirit I offer this accumulate list and links:

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We keep getting more!

ReplyDeleteLiping Ma's lovely "Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics".

And @cheesemonkeysf added:

Must include Nunes & Bryant

Thanks for compiling the list!