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Use the simple pretests in this ebook to learn how skilled your students are at solving problems and where to start them in the Daily Math Puzzler program. People often say that Common Core math isn’t the way they learned math, which he said is true. The instructor's goal is to draw out what the students know, rather than to spend the class period telling them. They thrive in one-on-one individualized programs, like those offered at MathRise Learning Centers, where they can build confidence and self-esteem in a non-threatening environment using a pattern-based curriculum.

Pages: 100

Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Teacher's Guide ed. edition (August 21, 2003)

ISBN: 0521538130

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