Mathematics teachers looking for creative classroom strategies to engage students should find the the ideas presented in this volume to be of use. The authors present pathways to the reform standards that have been suggested by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Case studies and sample activities that encourage the reader to think creatively about integrated curricula and classroom methods are presented throughout, and a discussion of resources includes a listing of newly available curricula. This is the sixth book in the Division 15 series, "Psychology in the Classroom", which is aimed at elementary, middle and high school teachers. The goal of this series is to encourage teachers to base their daily classroom practices on sound principles derived from current educational psychology research. The series thus seeks to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Each book is contains a range of user-friendly features, such as real-life case illustrations, sample classroom activities, self-study questions and suggested readings.