Over 50 Problems and Solutions for Quant Case Interview Questions
Author: Lewis C. Lin
Category: Employment interviewing
Interview Math provides over 50 practice problems and answers to help job seekers master quantitative interview questions including: Market Sizing Revenue Estimates Profitability Breakeven Pricing Customer Lifetime Value If you're interviewing at one of the highly sought after positions below, you'll need to master these interview math questions: Management Consulting: McKinsey, Bain, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte General Management: Capital One, Taser Marketing: General Mills, Google, Hershey Software Engineering: Goldman Sachs, Microsoft Finance: American Airlines, Best Buy, JetBlue You'll learn interview math concept and principles - and then master those concepts with over 50 practice questions filled with detailed answers. After going through the book, candidates will feel knowledgeable, confident, relaxed and ready to tackle interview math questions.
The Clinical Interview In Psychological Research and Practice
Author: Herbert Ginsburg
Pubpsher: Cambridge University Press
Entering the Child's Mind teaches the "clinical interview" as a technique for gaining insight into a child's way of thinking. In the tradition of Piaget and Vygotsky, Dr. Ginsburg argues that standardized instruments of evaluation often fail to meet the challenges of complex cognition. He presents the clinical interview as a powerful tool that, when understood and used properly, can provide psychologists with a profound appreciation for children's thinking. This book represents the first comprehensive treatment of the theory and practice of the clinical interview method.
Find out how Math Workshops engage students and increase learning. This practical book from bestselling author Dr. Nicki Newton explains why Math Workshops are effective and gives you step-by-step instructions for implementing and managing your own workshop. You’ll find out how to... create a math-rich environment; use anchor charts effectively; manage the workshop; begin a workshop with activities; lead whole-group mini-lessons; make workstations meaningful and engaging; create guided math groups; implement "the Share" effectively; and ensure balanced assessments. Each chapter offers a variety of charts and tools that you can use in the classroom immediately, as well as reflection questions and key points. The book also features a handy Quick-Start Guide to help you as you implement your own workshop.
Tackle the tricky issue of bridging the communication gap between teachers, students, and their parents. This unique resource explore the various channels--newsletters, back-to-school-night presentations, homework, and more--through which teachers can communicate with parents about their children’s math education.
Release on 2011-01-04 | by Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla
Author: Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
Hands-On Math Projects with Real-Life Applications, Second Edition offers an exciting collection of 60 hands-on projects to help students in grades 6--12 apply math concepts and skills to solving everyday, real-life problems! The book is filled with classroom-tested projects that emphasize: cooperative learning, group sharing, verbalizing concepts and ideas, efficient researching, and writing clearly in mathematics and across other subject areas. Each project achieves the goal of helping to build skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and decision making, and supports an environment in which positive group dynamics flourish. Each of the projects follows the same proven format and includes instructions for the teacher, a Student Guide, and one or more reproducible datasheets and worksheets. They all include the elements needed for a successful individual or group learning experience. The projects are easily implemented and can stand alone, and they can be used with students of various grade levels and abilities. This thoroughly revised edition of the bestseller includes some new projects, as well as fresh information about technology-based and e-learning strategies and enhancements; No Child Left Behind standards; innovative teaching suggestions with activities, exercises, and standards-based objectives; reading and literacy connections; and guidelines and objectives for group and team-building projects. Hands-On Math Projects with Real-Life Applications is printed in a lay-flat format, for easy photocopying and to help you quickly find appropriate projects to meet the diverse needs of your students, and it includes a special Skills Index that identifies the skills emphasized in each project. This book will save you time and help you instill in your students a genuine appreciation for the world of mathematics. "The projects in this book will enable teachers to broaden their instructional program and provide their students with activities that require the application of math skills to solve real-life problems. This book will help students to realize the relevance and scope of mathematics in their lives." --Melissa Taylor, middle school mathematics teacher, Point Pleasant Borough, New Jersey
This longitudinal, qualitative, multi-case study examines the mathematical experiences of three Bahamian students pursuing science degrees in American universities and its relationship to their previous mathematical experiences in their Bahamian high schools. Drawing on cultural psychology and sociocultural theories of learning, this study found that the relationship between the academic preparedness of the participants on their experiences with collegiate mathematics is not limited to subject content only. The lessons learnt from the implied curriculum also play a role in their experiences with collegiate mathematics. Of the three participants, two have had to learn/develop techniques for studying because they had not been sufficiently challenged in their previous environments to do so. Each of the cases also highlights some powerful constructs needed for success in mathematics and at least two emphasize making connections between concepts, procedures, manipulatives/tools and multiple approaches when solving problems. This study contributes to an emerging area of research on student persistence in college-level mathematics courses as well as to the ongoing discussions in mathematics education regarding the role/importance of conceptual understanding and how to promote it. The study makes visible some of the ways in which students' post-secondary experiences with mathematics are shaped by their perception of their mathematical preparation, thus providing a basis for discussions of possible curricular change in the Bahamas. It also suggests that issues such as confidence and school/teacher expectations of students may play a role in the development of conceptual understanding.
Release on 2009-02-24 | by Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla
Author: Judith A. Muschla,Gary Robert Muschla
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
Each easy-to-implement project includes background information forthe teacher, project goals, math skills needed, a student guidewith tips and strategies, and reproducible worksheets. Projects aredesigned to help students meet the National Council of Teachers ofMathematics Standards and Focal Points, and chapters are organizedto show how math relates to language, arts, science,etc.--demonstrating the importance of math in all areas of reallife. In Part I, Chapter 1 offers an overview of how to incorporate mathprojects in the classroom. Chapter 2 provides a variety ofclassroom management suggestions, as well as teaching tips, andChapter 3 offers ways teachers may evaluate project work. Eachchapter also contains several reproducibles that are designed tohelp students master the procedural skills necessary for effectivecollaboration while working on projects. Part II, "The Projects," is divided into six separatesections: Section 1. Math and Science Section 2. Math and Social Studies Section 3. Math and Language Section 4. Math and Art and Music Section 5. Math and Fun and Recreation Section 6. Math and Life Skills
Release on 2013-03-07 | by Bill Atweh,Helen Forgasz,Ben Nebres
An International Perspective
Author: Bill Atweh,Helen Forgasz,Ben Nebres
This volume--the first to bring together research on sociocultural aspects of mathematics education--presents contemporary and international perspectives on social justice and equity issues that impact mathematics education. In particular, it highlights the importance of three interacting and powerful factors--gender, social, and cultural dimensions. Sociocultural Research on Mathematics Education: An International Perspective is distinguished in several ways: * It is research based. Chapters report on significant research projects; present a comprehensive and critical summary of the research findings; and offer a critical discussion of research methods and theoretical perspectives undertaken in the area. * It is future oriented, presenting recommendations for practice and policy and identifying areas for further research. * It deals with all aspects of formal and informal mathematics education and applications and all levels of formal schooling. As the context of mathematics education rapidly changes-- with an increased demand for mathematically literate citizenship; an increased awareness of issues of equity, inclusivity, and accountability; and increased efforts for globalization of curriculum development and research-- questions are being raised more than ever before about the problems of teaching and learning mathematics from a non-cognitive science perspective. This book contributes significantly to addressing such issues and answering such questions. It is especially relevant for researchers, graduate students, and policymakers in the field of mathematics education.
Building Each Student's Mathematical Proficiency with Small-Group Instruction
Author: Nicki Newton
Teachers, coaches, and supervisors will learn how to help elementary school students build mathematical proficiency with standards-based, differentiated, small-group instruction with the strategies in this book. Both novice and veteran educators will gain in-depth knowledge for conducting effective guided math lessons, scaffolding learning in small groups, and assessing student learning. Lots of actual templates, graphic organizers, black-line masters, detailed lesson plans, and student work samples are included, as well as vignettes of mini-lessons, center time, small guided math groups, and share time. This practical, hands-on guide will help you... Understand the framework of Guided Math lessons Gain an in-depth look at the role of assessment throughout the Guided Math process Develop an action plan to get started immediately This is a must-have resource for all educators looking for a structure to teach small groups in math that meet the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.
Spark your students' imaginations and get them writing about math with more than 200 fun math writing prompts. The creative ideas included here will help you meet one of the NCTM's five goals-getting students to communicate mathematically. Writing ideas include poetry, bumper sticker slogans, literature response activities, and journal starters. For use with Grades 3-6.