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Cooperative group problem solving is a deductive reasoning activity where the solution cannot be found without everyone’s contribution. This approach has the potential to benefit all students in a class, both mathematically and socially.

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# How the Brain Learns Mathematics (2nd ed)

David A. Sousa

In this recently published second edition, new brain-friendly practical strategies are included in a unique four-step teaching model, making this a most useful addition to your professional library. This edition features more ways to motivate young people, new information on the effects of technology on the brain, integration of the arts into mathematics teaching, and expanding sections on number sense and ELL instruction. The latest research from education and neuroscience gives insight into students' developing brains, helping you to teach mathematics in the most effective ways.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4833-6846-7
Year Levels: F - 12
Publisher: Corwin
Page Count: 245
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2015
Product number: ECA010
Keywords: General