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Reimer and Moyer (2005) investigated the performance of 19 third grade students during a 2-week unit on fractions that used virtual manipulatives. Those ideologies tend to be vague and allow support for haphazard and poorly designed instruction. To understand them as ways of thinking and doing, as well as bodies of knowledge, requires that students have some experience with the kinds of thought and action that are typical of those fields.

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