Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Seeley, Cathy L (2016), Building a Math-Positive Culture: How to Support Great Math Teaching in Your School, ASCD, Alexandria, VA, Retrieved on 2016-08-17
Folksonomies: mathematics education


17 AUG 2016

 Ways of Being "Good at Math"

It’s a common misconception that someone who’s good at math is someone who can compute quickly and accurately. But mathematics is a broad discipline, and there are many ways to be smart in math. Some students are good at seeing relationships among numbers, quantities, or objects. Others may be creative problem solvers, able to come up with nonroutine ways to approach an unfamiliar problem. Still others may be good at visually representing relationships or problems or translating from one ...
Folksonomies: education mathematics
Folksonomies: education mathematics
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