Examines in depth how teachers can help foster children's mathematical thinking. Provides practical suggestions, builds on the most recent research, uses case studies, encourages interactive learning, presents challenging problems, discusses the importanct of process-oriented math instruction, demonstrates qwriting-to-learnq mathematics.One useful way to characterize word problems is to distinguish between routine and nonroutine word problems. ... In a similar vein, fewer than a tenth of the seventh graders were able to solve multi- step problems involving the multiplicationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Problem Solving, Reasoning, and Communicating, K-8|
|Author||:||Arthur J. Baroody, Ronald T. Coslick|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1993|