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See a Different Mathematics

L. Stallings 

November 2007, Volume 13, Issue 4, Page 212

Abstract:
Proposes four strategies for posing mathematics problems that raise the cognitive demands of the tasks given to students. Each strategy is illustrated with three common middle school mathematics examples: finding the greatest common factor, finding area or perimeter, and finding the equation of a line.

Keywords:
Article
Grades 6-8
Area
Math Coordinator / Coach
Teacher
Problems
Problem Solving / Problem Posing
Perimeter / Circumference
Number Theory