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I am trying to describe the number concept, which seems to me so
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kind
enough to send to me [about teaching probability and statistics
using The
Cartoon Guide to Statistics]. It's a great idea, and I'm going
to
research the book. Again, thank you. S.R.
Thanks for the suggestion about Pascal's triangle. We are going
to try it now.
They are reading this email over my shoulder as I write this. There
are few
secrets in this room. I told you they were smarter than the average
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Thanks for a quick response. J.F.
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earnings] was
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quadratics]!
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Thank you  it worked great  they are doing the problems [on
predicting terms in a sequence] now
and I only have one student who still doesn't have the hang of it,
but he is working with a chart and with practice and flash cards,
he will be fine. I am sure that I will be emailing you again and
I am very grateful that you are here for me when I am lost, as this
is my first year teaching elementary school, and I am lost. R.
I really appreciate your Math educator's viewpoint. I am a
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creative viewpoint. S.K.
Thanks for the book suggestion! [D. C. Heath, Mathematics and
its
Applications.] It sounds fairly similar to the Lial/Miller
finite math book we are using now. I will take a look at it and see
if it
would be an improvement. J.Z.
Thank you very much for your prompt reply [recommending algebra
textbooks].
I am at my wits end trying to
work with schools concerning my son's education. I am following up
on the
info you gave me. I am also saving a copy of your response to show
my son's
principal, with other info I have gathered to help validate my own
research.
Thanks again. C.K.
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past
without any problems. Again, thank you for taking the time to help
me out.
Your assistance is much appreciated! W.S.
Thank you for getting back to me. I encourage both sides of the
[Chicago Math]
story to be told. I just want to be as educated on the subject as
possible before
I get involved with the principal. of course all I have heard is
positive feedback
so far, so I may not have to get involved with the principal at
all. Thanks
again, especially for the website. B.R.
Thank you so much for the links and for the great [triangle
congruence]
activity! My students will be forever grateful. Ms.
R.
Many thanks for the sites on openended math problems. D.K.
Thanks for your response. I understand [about monomials] now,
and I think I can
help my students to understand, too. The graphing examples will do
the trick.
Thanks for your time. W.J.
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understood your explanation with the coke machine SO MUCH BETTER
than the standard definition.
Thanks again. K.M.
Thank you for all the information!!!! I am headed to the library to
check out some of the articles. The websites you showed me were
of
help too! Wish me luck on my paper! T.S.
Thank you  it worked great  they are doing the problems now and
I only have one student who still doesn't have the hang of it, but he
is working with a chart and with practice and flash cards, he will be
fine. I am sure that I will be emailing you again and I am very
grateful
that you are here for me, as this is my first year in elementary
school,
when I am lost. R.R.
