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Propose ways in which teachers and the school can work with parents to support students. Some countries do this, and others don't. It is an excellent strategy for stimulating creativity among learners. It’s helps students think in an unbiased way. She used equal sharing situations in which parts of a part can be used to develop a basis for understanding multiplication of fractions; e.g. sharing half a pizza equally among three children results in each child getting one half of one third.

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Publisher: Teaching Resources (June 1, 2016)

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