Chapters 2-5
Technology is helpful to learning mathematics.
Students will benefit from exposure to the same learning environment that was experienced by the teacher.
Mathematics is perceived as being very difficult by many of their students.
Teaching methods can and do make a difference in student success.
All students are capable of learning mathematics.
Teaching.
Technology.
Assessment.
Environment.
Learning.
Curriculum
Equity.
Learning.
Teaching.
Technology.
Teaching.
Curriculum.
Learning
Equity.
Assessment.
Formative research.
Qualitative research.
Quantitative research.
Questionnaire research.
Descriptive research.
Descriptive research.
Experimental research.
Historical research.
Informative research
.Qualitative research.
Bruner and Gardner.
Van Hiele and Piaget.
Gardner and Piaget.
Vygotsky and Bruner.
Vygotsky and Gardner.
Calculators.
Manipulatives.
Movies and other media.
Textbooks.
Workbooks.
The tiles are the same shape and size.
The tiles are the same color and texture.
The tiles are the same thickness and shape.
The tiles are the same shape and color.
The tiles are the same size and thickness.
Algebra.
Geometry.
Measurement.
Number Relations.
Probability.
The federal government.
The states.
The counties.
The school districts.
The teachers.
A national outline.
A national curriculum.
A model.
A standard.
A strand.