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339 threads found:
- Mathematics language and word problems
Helping middle school students develop math language skills in order to understand and solve word problems. - Date of thread's last activity: 14 September 2012 - Making algebra concrete
Using rich problems and technology to help middle school algebra students bridge from the concrete to the abstract. - Date of thread's last activity: 20 December 2008 - Integers
Suggestions for helping students understand multiplication and division with negative integers. - Date of thread's last activity: 17 January 2008 - Rotating shapes on a coordinate grid
Helping students understand rotations of figures on a coordinate grid. - Date of thread's last activity: 10 January 2008 - Teaching area of parallograms
Suggestions for helping students understand why the perpendicular height of a parallelogram, not its side length, is used to calculate area. - Date of thread's last activity: 14 February 2008 - Journal articles for 7 - 12 grade math
Suggestions for good journal articles on middle and high school teaching. - Date of thread's last activity: 19 February 2008 - Math language
Suggestions for using word walls to develop math vocabulary. Caution about teaching key words. - Date of thread's last activity: 17 February 2008 - Scale factor
How to teach scale factor to 7th graders. - Date of thread's last activity: 17 March 2008 - Help for a 1st year teacher
Suggestions for engaging activities for remedial middle school students. - Date of thread's last activity: 1 April 2008 - Exponential notation vs. scientific notation
What is the difference between exponential notation and scientific notation? - Date of thread's last activity: 27 November 2013
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