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Designed to be used in conjunction with the print Transition Guide, this online intervention and transition resource makes it easy to locate and print previous grade-level Reteach and Extra Practice worksheets to address transition-related knowledge and skill gaps. Campus Living Laboratory uses the campus environment itself as a teaching tool. Despite this new direction by NCTM, they list in recent "Fads in Teaching", "There was the laboratory method... especially in Geometry, where the pupil discovered for himself the truths to be learned." (page 175) During the period from 1900 to 1950 the "progressive" movement in education led to a reduction of the level of mathematical rigor, a reduction of the number of topics, and an altered focus for math education.

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Publisher: American Mathematical Society (October 2, 2015)

ISBN: 1470419254

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