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February 2016. Volume 109, Issue 6. December 2015 ... &lt;br&gt; &lt;b&gt;Volume 108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;. 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Encouraging &lt;br&gt; students to reason with ..... culations such as 3 • 2(1+1/&lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;) to find the plant&amp;#39;s height.</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="author" value="Eric Weber, Amy Ellis, Torrey Kulow, and Zekiye Ozgur"/><Attribute name="creationdate" value="D:20140715162800-04&#39;00&#39;"/><Attribute name="creator" value="Adobe InDesign CS6 (Macintosh)"/><Attribute name="moddate" value="D:20140715171703-04&#39;00&#39;"/><Attribute name="producer" value="Adobe PDF Library 10.0.1"/><Attribute name="subject" value="Modeling the motion of a speeding car or the growth of a Jactus plant, teachers can use six practical tips to help students develop quantitative reasoning."/><Attribute name="title" value="Six Principles for Quantitative Reasoning and Modeling"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="x-raw-image:///3826032ae6eb18f468ecff53a8f4a09403b2cabc5c734e07de38205981e29a49"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="272"/><Attribute name="height" value="185"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQOD52C0_Jhik98QTWMQd4PsBFZorVE5qc0brvv-WFrF_B7rxTsQlHlreg"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="bMM-ULol7CkJ" SZ=""></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="4"></RG><R N="4"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/Blog/Quadratic-Surprise/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/Blog/Quadratic-Surprise/</UE><T>Quadratic Surprise - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics</T><RK>0</RK><S>Parameter c moves the parabola vertically &lt;b&gt;without&lt;/b&gt; changing its shape. ... 2014, &lt;br&gt; &lt;b&gt;vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;no&lt;/b&gt;.1, p. &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;) describes the experience of her precalculus students using&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Publications/mathematics_teacher/MT_Blog/MT_blog_2015_03-02_art1.png"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="302"/><Attribute name="height" value="167"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRJxwwiRaEezhjiPL4ACQ837oyUigPeGRfmRJ1tMPvw4FFhmDMbDKyfbEY"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="Pphl93WifgYJ" SZ="124k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="5"></RG><R MIME="application/pdf" N="5"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue2/mt2014-09-98a_pdf/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue2/mt2014-09-98a_pdf/</UE><T>Pose and Solve Varignon Converse Problems</T><RK>0</RK><S>&lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. 2 • September 2014 | MATHEMATICS TEACHER 99 .... &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;. 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May 2015, &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue 9 .... Other ideas? Charlotte: Could it be &lt;br&gt; the fraction 5/&lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;? Iiona: &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. That would mean 5 out of &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;, and it is 5 out of 12.</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Publications/Mathematics_Teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue9/656-661%20F-Szydlik_10.jpg"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="273"/><Attribute name="height" value="184"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTFYBP3KWdnL9sPcdjpa0U_5LYwdJmkmeOBYDOoqfdIALRlpXXe09_L6PE"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="V0SAErPie8wJ" SZ="187k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="7"></RG><R N="7"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue7/Anticipation-Guides_-Reading-for-Mathematics-Understanding/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue7/Anticipation-Guides_-Reading-for-Mathematics-Understanding/</UE><T>Anticipation Guides: Reading for Mathematics Understanding ...</T><RK>0</RK><S>Next Article ». March 2015, &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt; ..... In designing an anticipation &lt;br&gt; guide, use a small &lt;b&gt;number&lt;/b&gt; of statements (&lt;b&gt;seven&lt;/b&gt; or fewer). Using fewer &lt;br&gt; statements&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Publications/mathematics_teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue7/pp%20498-505%20F-AdamsPeggCase_copy_0.jpg"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="219"/><Attribute name="height" value="231"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRlOohhDChO6rWubd_lP2PHy9HBMz03bQtpsiStTLfjhPxdu5dofZgf6X-q"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="AFxg_6Q8ayAJ" SZ="184k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="8"></RG><R N="8"><U>http://www.nctm.org/publications/mathematics-teacher/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/publications/mathematics-teacher/</UE><T>Mathematics Teacher - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics</T><RK>0</RK><S>... Koch Snowflake Constructions. By engaging in recursive and explicit &lt;br&gt; reasoning, students gain insight into the nature of fractal constructions. &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. 109, &lt;br&gt; &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;.</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Content/Carousels/Slides/693-700-Ghosh.jpg?n=8656"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="327"/><Attribute name="height" value="154"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRlE1FcJFIfQuopTEN5R_rjz93-6mSvfLCup_TANjdMQtwUknv7K_QF1UIs"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="c5hEuTiw9GYJ" SZ="158k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="9"></RG><R N="9"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2016/Vol109/Issue7/The-%E2%80%9CArt%E2%80%9D-of-Teaching-Mathematics/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2016/Vol109/Issue7/The-%25E2%2580%259CArt%25E2%2580%259D-of-Teaching-Mathematics/</UE><T>The “Art” of Teaching Mathematics - National Council of Teachers of ...</T><RK>0</RK><S>109 &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt; 2016-03-01 There is not a single word in Dan Meyer&amp;#39;s article “Missing the &lt;br&gt; Promise of Mathematical Modeling” ( MT April 2015, &lt;b&gt;vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;no&lt;/b&gt;. 8, pp. 578–83)&lt;br&gt; &amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="xnqlUUmjtvkJ" SZ="147k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="10"></RG><R N="10"><U>http://www.nctm.org/publications/mathematics-teacher/2015/vol108/issue8/missing-the-promise-of-mathematical-modeling/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/publications/mathematics-teacher/2015/vol108/issue8/missing-the-promise-of-mathematical-modeling/</UE><T>Missing the Promise Of Mathematical Modeling - National Council of ...</T><RK>0</RK><S>April 2015, &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue 8 ... &lt;b&gt;7&lt;/b&gt;) to be one of the practice standards most in &lt;br&gt; need of explication. ... &lt;b&gt;Without&lt;/b&gt; doing that hard work, students might come to &lt;br&gt; regard mathematics as a series of formulas to memorize rather than as a series of &lt;br&gt; models&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Publications/mathematics_teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue8/pp%20578-583%20F-Meyer_copy_0(2).jpg"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="265"/><Attribute name="height" value="190"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRh2DLbnUaNs7r2eUheaQCpb65pV032LkmKbd403UeeA9HK4VfU8a1TanE"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="Ftxe6rZlzG0J" SZ="180k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R></RES> </GSP> 
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Deanna Rigdon, Jolyn Raleigh, &lt;br&gt; Shari Goodman. This is available to members of NCTM. 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Join Now. Sections ... Volume 109, Issue &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt;. November 2015. &lt;br&gt; Volume 109, Issue 4 ... &lt;b&gt;Volume 108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt;. November 2014.</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="rTnzJz__7tsJ" SZ="123k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="2"></RG><R MIME="application/pdf" N="2"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue1/mt2014-08-24a_pdf/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue1/mt2014-08-24a_pdf/</UE><T>Download PDF</T><RK>0</RK><S>24 MATHEMATICS TEACHER | &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. 1 • August 2014. Encouraging ..... &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt; &lt;br&gt; Paj&amp;#39;s table of height and time values represents the Jactus plant&amp;#39;s growth. 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Subscriptions. Issue5. Log In. Not a member? Join Now. Sections. Current &lt;br&gt; Issue &amp;middot; All Issues &amp;middot; About MT &amp;middot; Subscribe &amp;middot; Blog. &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No. 5&lt;/b&gt;, December 2014&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="m1xQMdTE1MsJ" SZ="141k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="4"></RG><R MIME="application/pdf" N="4"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue2/mt2014-09-98a_pdf/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue2/mt2014-09-98a_pdf/</UE><T>Pose and Solve Varignon Converse Problems</T><RK>0</RK><S>&lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. 2 • September 2014 | MATHEMATICS TEACHER 99 .... &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt;. 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ACTIVITIES .... 4. &lt;br&gt; For which of the Tetris pieces would a rotation &lt;b&gt;not&lt;/b&gt; be useful? Why &lt;b&gt;not&lt;/b&gt;? &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt;.</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="author" value="Lynn Mitzel and Mark Spanier"/><Attribute name="creationdate" value="D:20140715163928-04&#39;00&#39;"/><Attribute name="creator" value="Adobe InDesign CS6 (Macintosh)"/><Attribute name="moddate" value="D:20140715172519-04&#39;00&#39;"/><Attribute name="producer" value="Adobe PDF Library 10.0.1"/><Attribute name="subject" value="This activity relates the game of Tetris to topics in transformational geometry such as translations, rotations, and compositions of isometries. 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Although &lt;b&gt;not&lt;/b&gt; knowing the answer can be &lt;br&gt; uncomfortable for a teacher, these moments of uncertainty are also an &lt;br&gt; opportunity&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_image"><Attribute name="src" value="http://www.nctm.org/uploadedImages/Publications/mathematics_teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue5/344-55%20F-Zahner%20Dent%20Test_0.jpg"/></DataObject><DataObject type="cse_thumbnail"><Attribute name="width" value="212"/><Attribute name="height" value="238"/><Attribute name="src" value="https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTBv3fJ1fS0UbClIebkSc0UbiH4x4podInmJ6Um9fH4JqRRE-0jVzGYows"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="XcShxiVPmL0J" SZ="213k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="7"></RG><R N="7"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue9/Mathematical-Conversations-to-Transform-Algebra-Class/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2015/Vol108/Issue9/Mathematical-Conversations-to-Transform-Algebra-Class/</UE><T>Mathematical Conversations to Transform Algebra Class - National ...</T><RK>0</RK><S>Next Article ». May 2015, &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;108&lt;/b&gt;, Issue 9 .... Iiona: &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. That would mean &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt; out of &lt;br&gt; 7, and it is &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt; out of 12. Charlotte: I mean &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt; white and 7 shaded. 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The CCSS issued a Publishers&amp;#39; Criteria, but these &lt;br&gt; criteria are &lt;b&gt;not&lt;/b&gt; binding in any sense. We-the ... 4. Interpreting the results of those &lt;br&gt; operations. &lt;b&gt;5&lt;/b&gt;. 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Join Now. Sections ... Volume 109, Issue &lt;b&gt;4&lt;/b&gt;. October 2015. &lt;br&gt; Volume 109 ... &lt;b&gt;Volume 107&lt;/b&gt;, Issue 9. 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Current &lt;br&gt; Issue &amp;middot; All Issues &amp;middot; About MT &amp;middot; Subscribe &amp;middot; Blog. &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;107&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;4&lt;/b&gt;, November 2013&amp;nbsp;...</S><LANG>en</LANG><Label>_cse_9xpvoxti6co</Label><PageMap><DataObject type="metatags"><Attribute name="viewport" value="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/><Attribute name="twitter:widgets:csp" value="on"/></DataObject></PageMap><HAS><L></L><C CID="hRqHrh8tA9cJ" SZ="146k"></C><RT></RT></HAS></R><RG SIZE="1" START="6"></RG><R MIME="application/pdf" N="6"><U>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol107/Issue8/mt2014-04-606a_pdf/</U><UE>http://www.nctm.org/Publications/mathematics-teacher/2014/Vol107/Issue8/mt2014-04-606a_pdf/</UE><T>Investigating Home Primes and Their Families</T><RK>0</RK><S>606 MatheMatics teacher | &lt;b&gt;Vol&lt;/b&gt;. &lt;b&gt;107&lt;/b&gt;, &lt;b&gt;No&lt;/b&gt;. 8 • april 2014. 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