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The question is not, “how best to teach mathematics?” The question, educator, is “how best for YOU to teach mathematics?”
By Matthew Oldridge | September 12, 2016 , 3:31 pm
The debate over what constitutes “good” math instruction flares up over and over again. We are over 25 years into “reform” mathematics curricula, which started with the publication of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards (1989
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