Today's Mathematics, Concepts and Classroom Methods
This classic allows readers to easily build a valuable set of ideas and reference materials for actual classroom use. Designed to aid the teacher in understanding mathematical concepts and relationships, the authors reflect recent recommendations from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards 2000.
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