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These students often have trouble explaining what they are learning in math. Pradeep Kumar is an avid researcher and a remarkable trainer. Thomas Romberg and Linda Wilson (1992) analyzed six widely used standardized tests to determine whether the tests reflected recommendations in the NCTM Standards. When the pedagogy is inverted, students get the content at home and come to class to have concepts reinforced before working on problems for much of the class period.

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