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Engaging Secondary Students in Mathematics

Teaching mathematics in singular procedural ways limits the repertoire of practices that teachers need to engage students in learning. To broaden this repertoire, teachers need to think deeply about how they learned mathematics themselves, have a willingness to relearn it in different ways, and understand how their students learn.

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