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Teachers gather these insights through careful observation and by engaging students in discussions of their mathematical thinking. Don't miss the activities that get progressively more complex. William James says; teaching is art and teacher should be as artist. Although I ordered it a week and a half before Christmas and chose standard shipping, I had the book in less than a week. The “game” group was a weaker group and almost caught up completely to the other group.

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