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Fundamental Math Skill:

  • Working with numbers: Understanding and using numbers (e.g., being able to read, represent, count, order, estimate, compare, compose, decompose, and recompose numbers).

– Focusing on the Fundamentals of Math – A Teacher’s Guide, p.2

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A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, K-6, Number Sense and Numeration Vol 5, Fractions THUMBNAIL

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A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, K-6, Number Sense and Numeration Vol 1, The Big Ideas THUMBNAIL

A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, Gr. K-6, Number Sense and Numeration Vol 1, The Big Ideas

A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics 4-6, Number Sense and Numeration, Vol 6, Decimal Numbers THUMBNAIL

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The Mathematical Territory Between Direct Modelling and Proficiency, What Works THUMBNAIL

The Mathematical Territory Between Direct Modelling and Proficiency, What Works

Student Interactions in the Math Classroom: Stealing Ideas or Building Understanding - What Works THUMBNAIL

Student Interactions in the Math Classroom: Stealing Ideas or Building Understanding – What Works

Asking Effective Questions - Capacity Building Series THUMBNAIL

Asking Effective Questions – Capacity Building Series

 
 

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