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Topic: historical & dates
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DEBBIEB@usca.usca.sc.edu

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historical & dates
Posted: Dec 3, 1996 6:19 AM
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In the historical view of mathematics education, what are the
major periods of math teaching trends in K-12?
And/Or..
When "dating" the 'New Math' and 'Back to Basics'
movements...which milestones are used? Should these be spans
of years or is there a specific event/date that can be
applied? Thanks. db





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