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First Grade Math: What Happens
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4th Grade Math: What Happens
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A Mathematics Debate
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Teaching Mathematics to Nonsequential Learners
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Traditional Views of Mathematics
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A Distinction Between Conceptual Knowledge and Procedural Knowledge
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Components of Effective Mathematics Instruction
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