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The MathScience Connection
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The Impact of Place Value on Mathematics
Place value is perhaps the most fundamental concept imbedded in the elementary and middle school mathematics curriculum....
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Mathematics Development
The foundation for children’s mathematical development is established in the earliest years. Mathematics learning...
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Why Do People Have Difficulty with Geometry?
When people recall their geometry learning experience, many of them recall it not only as an unpleasant experience, but...
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45.
Integrating Science and Mathematics
For organizational convenience, schools traditionally separate curricular areas such as mathematics, science, language...
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The End of Fuzzy Math?
American students do many things well. But for the past decade or so, math has not been one of them. Every few years,...
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Why Do Students Struggle With Mathematics
A major component of the childcentered, systematic teaching approach is content. The discipline of mathematics presents...
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Developmental Milestones for Preschool Mathematics
Children’s ability to understand mathematics takes a big leap forward in the preschool years. Their strengthening...
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True or False: child + summer vacation = loss of math skills
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Obama on Math, Science and Tech Education
There is no doubt that science, math, and technology are becoming increasingly relevant as the 21st century unfolds, and...
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