Students often have unique ways of solving problems, ways that can surprise adults. Megan Franke explains how teachers can use this knowledge to support math development
EVERY DAY, students bring intuitive knowledge and mathematical insight to school. By building on this informal knowledge, teachers can ensure that students learn with understanding. Consider how one second grader solved the following problem.
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