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221 threads found:
  1. Explaining angle construction
    Ways of explaining construction of an angle to fifth or sixth graders.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 6 May 2013

  2. Dividing fractions
    Why inverting is used in division of fractions
    - Date of thread's last activity: 7 June 2013

  3. Hand as abacus
    Can you tell me more about the method of computations where a student uses hands as an abacus?
    - Date of thread's last activity: 2 April 2011

  4. ClarisWorks’s spreadsheet and database
    Can you advise me on a lesson plan to teach ClarisWorks’s spreadsheet and database to seventh and eight graders?
    - Date of thread's last activity:

  5. Teaching calculus to gifted students
    Links to sites on teaching calculus to gifted twelfth graders.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 2 December 2007

  6. Trailblazer Series
    Teachers familiar with Trailblazer Series.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 1 December 2007

  7. Reasons for a box size.
    Reasons behind the size of a box.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 8 July 1999

  8. Number concept
    Teaching number concept to middle schoolers.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 7 March 2007

  9. Long division
    Ways of doing long division.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 23 June 2007

  10. ISTEP testing in Mathematics
    Teaching skills to succeed in ISTEP.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 30 June 1999

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