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Not surprising, publishers have looked at ways of adopting Singapore's math and science curriculum to other countries like the United States. " Math in Focus " is one example. The GOAL in this first, easy step is to get students used to two things: To get used to the long division "corner" so that the quotient is written on top. Each of these styles tends toward one of four dimensions of mathematical learning: computation, explanation, application, or problem solving. "If teachers incorporate all four styles into a math unit, they will build in computation skills (Mastery), explanations and proofs (Understanding), collaboration and real-world application (Interpersonal), and nonroutine problem solving (Self-Expressive)" (p. 74).

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Publisher: Teaching Resources (October 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0439518806

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