COMMON CORE: Solve Math Problems

November 2012
Instructor;Holiday2012, Vol. 122 Issue 3, p19
An interview is presented with education professor John Tapper, who discusses the U.S. Common Core State Standards for mathematics education, math literacy in children, and teaching methods. Concrete-representational-abstract assessments (CRA) comprehension tests are discussed, as well as problem solving, conceptual understanding, and activities in math learning.


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