Dig into problem solving and reflect on current teaching practices with this exceptional teacher's guide. Meaningful instructional tools and methods are provided to help teachers understand each problem solving strategy and how to use it with their students. Teachers are given opportunities to practice problems themselves and reflect on how they can better integrate problem solving into their instruction. This resource is aligned to the interdisciplinary themes from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, supports the Common Core State Standards, and supports core concepts of STEM instruction. 144pp.Young children should have experience with real graphs, picture graphs, tallies, frequency tables, and bar graphs. Upper-elementary students can begin to work with histograms, line plots, Venn diagrams, and circle graphs. Middle schoolanbsp;...

Title | : | What's Your Math Problem!?! Getting to the Heart of Teaching Problem Solving |

Author | : | Linda Gojak |

Publisher | : | Teacher Created Materials - 2011-04-15 |

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