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What's great about this tool is that the model starts in elementary school with addition and subtraction problems and then can be expanded to work with multiplication and division problems, fractions, ratios, and percents. The beginning of a textbook could interleave topics covered in previous years. Teaching for transfer is one of the seldom-specified but most important goals in education. Her research interests include how mentoring and coaching affects teacher practice and in turn, student learning.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 2, 1969)

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