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problem-solving in math

Mathematical Habits of Mind

Hello colleagues, According to Edutopia blogger, Cindy Bryan, "Far too many students can be classified as inexperienced problem solvers who don't know what to do when they don't know what to do. These are the students who lack experiences in making sense of and solving problems, and in communicating and using precise, appropriate mathematics and mathematics language. They have never developed the overarching habits of a productive mathematical thinker."

Contextualized Social Studies, Science and Math

Hello friends, Are you familiar with the CUNY High School Equivalency Curriculum Framework? This standards-based instructional resource includes a section on teaching reading in a social studies context, as well as sections on contextualized math and science instruction.

For more information about these instructional resources, check out the following LINCS reviews:

Math: Problem-Solving in Functions and Algebra

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