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Tarin Bross

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Registered: 12/6/04
Posted: Jan 26, 1994 2:57 PM
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Hello. My name's Tarin Bross. I'm student teaching as a sixth grade math
teacher this semester (thru April/May). Does anyone have any interesting
problems (geometry or otherwise) that could be used for small group
problem-solving activities? I'm thinking of activities such as those
described by Joel Greenberg in his book "Problem-Solving Situations" or
things like the Emperor's Oats problem. I'd appreciate any responses.

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