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Learning and Teaching Measurement, 65th Yearbook (2003)

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Stock # 12478
ISBN # 978-0-87353-539-7
Published 3/24/2003
Pages 331 (Companion Booklet: 77)
Grades _Pre-K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12,

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By Douglas Clements, George Bright

Edited by Douglas H. Clements

Measurement can develop in the earliest years from children's experience, and it readily lends itself to real-world application. Focusing on research and practice, NCTM's 2003 Yearbook presents current thinking about the learning and teaching of measurement, including students' understanding, the mathematics of measurement, estimation and approximation, connections, and pedagogy. The companion booklet, which not only illustrates some of the issues from the yearbook but also contains activities that go beyond the content, contains teaching notes and ready-to-use handouts. Hardback

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