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Publisher: Teaching Resources; Book and Access edition (July 1, 2000)

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**Fundamentals of Precalculus, Books a la Carte Edtion plus MyMathLab Student Access Kit (2nd Edition)**. There is little doubt that the mathematics program can be enhanced by the establishment of an environment in which students are exposed to teaching via problem solving, as opposed to more traditional models of teaching about problem solving. The challenge for teachers, at all levels, is to develop the process of mathematical thinking alongside the knowledge and to seek opportunities to present even routine mathematics tasks in problem-solving contexts

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*When Critical Multiculturalism Meets Mathematics: A Mixed Methods Study of Professional Development and Teacher Identity*

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*Mathematics in Action Practice Workbook Second Grade*

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