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October 2003, Volume 10, Issue 2

FEATURES

Developing Elementary Teachers’ Algebra Eyes and Ears
Maria Blanton, James Kaput
Helping teachers learn to identify and create opportunities for algebraic thinking as part of their normal classroom instruction.

Read how you can use this journal article as a Professional Development Experience.

Exploring Size with The Grouchy Ladybug
Kara Rozanski, Charlene Beckmann, Denisse Thompson
The use of the book The Grouchy Ladybug for a mathematics lesson on measurement that integrates language arts and social skills.

Learning to Think: An American Third Grader Discovers Mathematics in Holland
Eve Torrence
A student's mathematics instruction in the Netherlands using the Dutch philosophy of Realistic Mathematics Education is compared to his prior mathematical instruction in an American classroom.

Can Math Recovery Save Children Before They Fail?
Vicky Phillips, William Leonard, Robert Horton, Robert Wright, Ann Stafford
Experimental and observational results of an early intervention program designed for low-achieving six- and seven-year-olds.