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Everyday Math

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Description:  Input of a teacher on Everyday Math series
Level:  Elementary
Math topic:  Any Math Topic
Ed. topic:  Teaching Issues/Strategies

Original Question/Response
09 Jul 98   Everyday Math
09 Jul 98   Re: Everyday Math by Judy

Public Discussion
10 Nov 99   Everyday Mathematics by meredith
12 Apr 00   Everyday mathematics by stacie
23 Jun 00        Re: Everyday mathematics by pam clark
03 Feb 02        Re: Everyday mathematics by Lindda Mros
16 Dec 03            Everyday Math - You are not the only one who hates it. by Ruth
01 Aug 03        Re: Everyday mathematics by Katie
02 Aug 03            Re: Re: Everyday mathematics by Madiha Pervaiz
11 May 07        Re: Everyday mathematics by Janet
14 Apr 00   Everyday math by Kay
11 Aug 00   Teaching Chicago Math - having difficulty teaching children with poor skills and concepts. by Robin
11 Aug 00        Re: Teaching Chicago Math - having difficulty teaching children with poor skills and concepts. by Judy
28 Sep 00   Everyday Math and special Education Students by Jay Anderson
17 Nov 06        Re: Everyday Math and special Education Students by Kylene
21 Nov 06            Re: Re: Everyday Math and special Education Students by Owen
18 Dec 00   Using EM with Deaf Language Delayed Students by Ellen
09 Dec 03   Everyday Math vs Mathland by Lorena
20 May 07   Everyday Math by Fireboat
31 Oct 09        Re: Everyday Math - I LOVE IT! by David Fantaci

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