Number and Operations: Building a system of tens
Dale Seymour Publication, 1999 - Education - 151 pages
Illustrates students solving problems and explores their thinking to discover what they understand and misunderstand about place value in our base ten number system. Examines how this understanding affects their work with computation. Filmed in a variety of classroom settings with children and teachers of different races and ethnic groups and a balance of girls and boys.
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Review: Building A System Of Tens: Casebook: Numbers and Operations (Developing Mathematical Ideas)User Review - Goodreads
As a stand alone book, this is just ok... however, the class that goes with it is AMAZING!! Definitely something I'll be going back and referencing with my teachers this year.
Review: Building A System Of Tens: Casebook: Numbers and Operations (Developing Mathematical Ideas)User Review - Ellon - Goodreads
This was a great book to read for math instruction but the course that went along with it was even better! We didnt read the last too chapters of the book since we were focused on Primary grades ... Read full review
Recognizing and keeping track of groups of 10 while operating
Written numerals and the structure of tens and ones
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