Teaching Books / Aids

Math Teaching Books and Aids
z = Most recommended by myself or LMF members

Books About Teaching Mathematics
Math Power, Kenschaft, Patricia, recently revised and reprinted zz
About Teaching Mathematics: A K-8 Resource, Marilyn Burns z
The Glass Wall, Why Math Can Seem Difficult z ; Smith, Frank  2002 - Math learning styles. For parents/teachers and high school
Whitin & Wilde, Read Any Good Math Lately and It's The Story That Counts - how to "read" math (K-6)
The Math Gene, Kevin Devlin, no, there isn't any such thing, but what makes math seem easier for some than others?
Math Through Children’s Literature, Kathryn L. Braddon good, but a little outdated
Innumeracy, Mathematical Illiteracy, Paulos, John Allen, 1988 - I know many recommend this, and it's good. I personally like the W.W. Sawyer books better, but that is a personal preference.
Overcoming Math Anxiety by Sheila Tobias
Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World by Laurie Parsons, Jeffrey Freed
Vision in Elementary Mathematics, W. W. Sawyer z I like this one

Beyond Facts & Flashcards : Exploring Math with Your Kids
by Jan Mokros

Math investigations through games by Dave Kirkby