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Discover a new classroom routine to help clarify concepts. Reformers dismiss the possibility that understanding and discovery can be achieved by students working on sets of math problems individually and that procedural fluency is a prerequisite to understanding. The research conducted on such programs has been concentrated in the primary grades, and it points to a result that can be summarized in six words: better reasoning without sacrificing computational skills – an interesting echo of what we’ve just seen about a nontraditional approach to teaching reading (namely, better comprehension without sacrificing decoding skills).

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