Click on the blue links below to be taken to our library catalog to determine if the book you are looking for is available. Some have multiple copies. If the book is checked out, we can place the book on hold for you.

The District Professional library is located in the TAC building in downtown Omaha. The materials in the DPL are available to all staff members of the Omaha Public Schools. To search for print or digital titles not listed below, please visit our library catalog.

To request print materials, please contact Courtney Pentland 531-299-2909 by phone or email. We can hold these items for you to pick up, or we can send them to you through inter-office mail.

- Engaging Minds in Science and Math Classrooms byalso available as an eBook
- Mathematics in Focus, K-6 byISBN: =
- Math Tools, Grades 3-12 byupdated edition available as an eBook

- Mathematics Formative Assessment byAlso available as an eBook
- Uncovering Student Thinking in Mathematics byupdated edition available as an eBook
- Using Formative Assessment to Differentiate Mathematics Instruction, Grades 4-10 byAlso available as an eBook

Below you will find links to professional journals through the EBSCO database. To access these journals from a computer outside of an OPS building, you will need login names and passwords. Please contact your school or district librarian (Courtney Pentland) for this information.

- Mathematics EducatorPromotes the interchange of ideas among the mathematics education community locally, nationally, and internationally; presents a variety of viewpoints on a broad spectrum of issues related to mathematics education.
- Mathematics TeachingConcerned with classroom approaches to mathematics teaching. Contains articles written by primary & secondary classroom teachers as well as advisers & other with links with mathematics education.
- Scholastic MathMath magazine for general math students ages 12-16 and their teachers. Articles and activities focus on problem solving, math on the job, consumer math, and computation practice.
- Scholastic Math (Teacher's Edition)Mathematics Education; Teaching & Instruction

To get access your OPS OverDrive account, go to ops.lib.overdrive.com

Your login name is your employee number (minus the 0 at the beginning)

Your password is probably 123456 (if this password does not work, check with your school librarian to find your LS2 pin#)

Once you are logged into your OverDrive Account, you can easily search for professional books by clicking on the subjects tab. Select "All Non-Fiction." You can limit these results at the bottom of the page to just ebooks or just audio books if you would like.

At this time, staff members are limited to 2 items checked out at a time. Items are checked out for 14 days at a time.

- Differentiating math instruction strategies that work for K-8 classrooms! byalso available as a print book
- Engaging Minds in Science and Math Classrooms byalso available as a print book
- Formative Assessment to Differentiate Mathematics Instruction, grades 4-10 byalso available as a print book
- Mathematics Formative Assessment byalso available as a print book

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