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If we want to improve student learning, we must find a way to improve teaching in the average classroom. I know it will get trickier as they get into the higher grades and so we plan to start using curriculum sometime during the junior high years. He said he enjoyed the rich history Devlin presented. A math journal, or problem solving notebook as they are sometimes referred to, is a book in which students record their math work and thinking.

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