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The Common Core math standards, which are in place in more than 40 states, say that it is just as important for students to understand the mathematical principles at work in a problem. S. teachers tend to allow students to do seatwork or homework for an extended period at the end of the lesson, with much less interactive instructional time. His observations offer a solution for parents who want to help their children keep those STEM doors of opportunity open.

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Publisher: GREAT SOURCE; 2 edition (July 9, 2001)

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