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Tunja Sequences as Examples of Employing Students' Powers to Generalize

John Mason 

March 2001, Volume 94, Issue 3, Page 164

Abstract:
Demonstrates how students' power to recognize and express patterns and generality can be exploited in a variety of different ways. In particular, patterns are used to learn to multiply expressions and factor simple quadratics.

Keywords:
Article
Algebraic Patterns
Grades 9-12
Games / Puzzles
Teacher
Reasoning and Proof