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In modern times, there has been a move towards regional or national standards, usually under the umbrella of a wider standard school curriculum. This course focuses on the principles, methods, and materials of elementary school mathematics instruction. You may decide to stop working on the problem or return to step 1 because of this thinking. 4. Using Socioscientific Issues to Teach Science combines the use of controversial socially-relevant real world issues with course content to engage students in their learning.

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