# Work

**Current Publications**

Dr. Small is currently working with Rubicon, A Savvas Company and Teachers College Press. Some recent works include:

*Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Mathematics Instruction, 4th edition (K–8)**Eyes on Math: A Visual Approach to Teaching Math Concepts (K–8)**Leaps and Bounds 3–4, 5–6 and 7–8**Uncomplicating Fractions**Uncomplicating Algebra**Building Proportional Reasoning Across the Grades and Math Strands, K–8.**Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson in Number Sense and Numeration: K–3 and 4–8**Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson in Measurement and Pattern and Algebra, K–3 and 4–8**Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson in Geometry and**Spatial Sense and Data Management and Probability*(with Ryan Tackaberry)*,**K–3 and 4–8**Making Math Meaningful to Canadian Students K–8, 4th edition**Teaching**Mathematical Thinking**Fun and Fundamental Math for Young Children: Building a Strong Foundation PreK–Grade 2**The School Leader’s Guide to Building and Sustaining Math Success**Math that Matters: Targeted Assessment and Feedback, Grade 3–8**Understanding the Math We Teach and How to Teach It K–8**Teaching Math Online: Great Ways to Differentiate Instruction and Support Parents**More Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Secondary Math Instruction, 2nd edition (6–8)**Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson, Grade 9**Do They Really**Understand? How We Can Make Sure Students Really Understand the Math We Teach*- Contact Rubicon, A Savvas Company to learn about
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##### Marian Small is at it again! For decades, she has been able to assess what teachers need and provide them with mathematically sound, well-crafted instructional strategies.”