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At some point in the routine, he would stop, sigh, pull out some old, yellowed papers from a severely beaten up briefcase, and say to the assembled multitude, Well, I guess I have to say something about Hawthorne. Teaching math begins with your child knowing her numbers. Even without any knowledge of Finnish, I’m guessing that many would be able to understand these exercises without difficulty. People who use math in their everyday lives and occupations make personal decisions based on their knowledge and skills, availability of aids, requirements of a job, and so on.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 7, 2001)

ISBN: 0521646863

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