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Problem-Solving Strategies of First Graders

Emam Hoosain, Renee Chance 

May 2004, Volume 10, Issue 9, Page 474

Abstract:
The problem-solving capabilities of three first-grade students. Cognitively Guided Instruction is an example of a research-based, problem-solving approach to teaching mathematics. This article illuminates how a teacher can be a facilitator of knowlege, describing CGI problem types and successful procedures for the classroom.

Keywords:
Pre-K-2
Article
Conceptual Development
Communication
Differentiated Instruction
Teacher
Modeling
Problems
Skill and Fluency
Problem Solving / Problem Posing
Student Work
Reasoning and Proof
Representation