Practical Ways to Develop Mathematical Reasoning

Interesting points concerning mathematical reasoning:

 

http://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2016/01/14/practical-ways-to-develop-students-mathematical-reasoning/

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One thought on “Practical Ways to Develop Mathematical Reasoning

  1. Lori

    We completed a math activity last week that was so much fun to see the students work through. I had them complete it in rotations at my table to ensure that they all had to struggle with it without looking at others’ papers. They had to make a snowman family. The total of all family members was 24″. The second adult snowman had to be one inch shorter than the first and the oldest child snowman had to be three inches shorter than the tallest adult. The two smallest had to be the same height. They thought it was impossible, but struggled through and were so proud when they succeeded. Fun teaching moment! Have a great week! Lori😍

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