Teaching Children Mathematics (1995-1996) Vol. 2, No. 7
y our m a th program integrate d content and skills with s cie nce and language arts? What if it was manipula tives-based and could active ly e nga g e all your s tudents in mult iple -solution pro blem solving? And what if this compre h e n s ive instructional j o urney r e fle cte d the vis ion of mathem atics embo d
This is available to members of NCTM. Please log in now to view this article. If you are interested in a NCTM membership join now.