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Students can experience the world in mathematics classes, despite the common misconception that global perspectives need not be incoporated into the teaching of mathematics. In the Science of Learning, the Deans for Impact (2015) provide a valuable summary of cognitive science research on how learning takes place. Catherine Fosnot is the director of Math in the City, a research and development project that provides teacher training in constructivist practice, aligned with the NCTM Standard.

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Publisher: JUMP Math; 3rd ed. edition (September 1, 2009)

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