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THE GOOD AND BAD MATH BOOKS — GREAT EXPLANATION OF MASTERY OF LEARNING — ALABAMA Posted by Contributor EducationViews.org on January 12, 2012 in Blogs, Daily I just returned from Montgomery where I spoke before the Alabama State Department of … Continue reading
How reform curricula in the USA and Korea present multiplication and division of fractions Ji-Won Son and Sharon L. Senk Published online: 9 March 2010 # Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2010 Abstract In order to give insights into cross-national differences … Continue reading
A National Study of Early Elementary Math Curricula Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education This study takes a look at the achievement effects fo four elementary school math curriculum The four curriculum are Investigations in Number, Data, and Space: … Continue reading
Everyday Mathematics Discussion on Zetaboards from 2007-09. Scroll down and read the entry called Dueling Brochures: Everyday Math vs. Saxon Math. Share this:
Schools take stock of new math program Dan Aceto 9/1/2011 Scarboroughleader.com The Scarborough School Department now uses Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach. The new curriculum provides students with a balanced, research-based curriculum that emphasizes mastery and understanding of mathematical … Continue reading
The State of High School Textbooks Guershon Harel and W. Stephen Wilson Notices of the AMS June/July 2011 Share this:
Have you researched your child’s math text lately? Beth Schultz September 11, 2009 The Times Record Which math book to use? A passionate debate rages A wave of change in math teaching is about to hit Washington. It’s bringing furious … Continue reading