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Topic: Saxon ad
Replies: 18   Last Post: Feb 27, 1995 8:54 AM

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Andre TOOM

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Re: Saxon ad
Posted: Feb 25, 1995 7:34 PM
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On Sat, 25 Feb 1995, Michael Paul Goldenberg wrote:

> "Calculators must be accepted at the K-4 level as valuable tools for
> learning mathematics. Calculators enable children to explore number ideas
> and patterns, to have valuable concept-development experiences, to focus
> on problem-solving processes, and to investigate realistic applications.
> The thoughtful use of calculators can increase the quality of the
> curriculum as well as the quality of children's learning.


Which problems ? Are there examples ?
(I am NOT agains calculators in principle.)
Andrei Toom








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