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Pinkerton, Mark; Shafer, Kathryn G. – Mathematics Teacher, 2013
Problem solving is a necessary component of developing a strong mathematics curriculum that will help all students achieve their life goals, regardless of their specific academic plans. What day-to-day instructional decisions do teachers need to make if they believe that problem solving is a vehicle for learning mathematical content? In this…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, High Schools
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Norton, Anderson; Rutledge, Zachary; Hall, Kareston; Norton, Rebecca – Mathematics Teacher, 2009
Mathematical letter writing can be a mutually beneficial partnership between high schools and universities. Secondary school preservice teachers in methods courses require authentic experiences in focusing on students' mathematical thinking. High school students benefit from increased opportunities to engage in individualized tasks with personal…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Preservice Teachers, Methods Courses, Letters (Correspondence)