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Topic: Design Project: Math Manipulatives
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Robert Hansen

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Re: Design Project: Math Manipulatives
Posted: Oct 18, 2012 9:38 PM
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Here is a video interview with one of the authors of the ATTC book. While I disagree with the approach of the book, Henri is as good an example of a master teacher that I can think of.

Bob Hansen

On Oct 18, 2012, at 7:19 PM, calem <calemoore@ku.edu> wrote:

> Hello, my name is Cale Moore and I am a product design
> student at the University of Kansas. For my senior thesis,
> I am designing a series of math manipulatives for higher
> levels of math (trigonometry, precalc, calc, algebra,
> etc.). If you are a secondary math teacher, it would
> greatly help my project if you would fill out a short
> survey concerning your use of manipulatives in the
> classroom. Please follow the link below to participate.
>
> http://mathforum.org/kb/forumindex.jspa
>
> Thanks, Cale Moore




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