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Mountain Math

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Description:  Information on Mountain Math.
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic: 
Ed. topic:  Math Ed Research/Reform, Curriculum/Materials Development

Original Question/Response
19 Oct 98   Mountain Math by Holly Ross
22 Oct 98   Re: Mountain Math by Judy

Public Discussion
30 Jun 99   What is Mountain Math? by jennifer bishop
15 Jul 99        Re: What is Mountain Math? by Dorene Ellis
21 Nov 00   Second Grade by Eric Bates
10 May 01   mountain math by jill
12 Jun 01   WHAT is Mountain Math? by Roberta Houston
21 Aug 01   math worksheet by Diane Gioia
28 Nov 01        Re: math worksheet by kelly
23 Feb 04        Re: math worksheet by karin
16 Jul 02   invention by Sharon P. Bolds
28 May 03   Mountain Math/Mountain Language by calvarado
08 Oct 03        Re: Mountain Math/Mountain Language by Rachel
20 Mar 08        Re: Mountain Math/Mountain Language by Diane Keys
15 Mar 06   5th grade mountain math by Lorraine
17 Mar 06        Re: 5th grade mountain math by Andrew L.
02 Jun 08   2nd Grade Mountain math and Language by Lisa Morrow
17 Jul 08   3rd/4th Grade Mountain Math by Amber Pike
10 Jun 09        Re: 3rd/4th Grade Mountain Math by Karen Morton
19 Jan 10        Re: 3rd/4th Grade Mountain Math by Robyn Bernstein
17 Nov 08   3rd grade worksheets by dona
26 Jan 09   Mountain Math and Mountain Language by Carol Grout
02 May 12   mountain math by Sharon Cheesman
01 Oct 12   equations for 13,5,8 math mountain? by amanda
18 Feb 02        Re: Mountain Math website by Dave
18 Oct 06            Re: Re: Mountain Math website by paridsa

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