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February 2004, Volume 10, Issue 6

FEATURES

Teaching Problem Solving in Mathematics
Larry Buschman
Teachers face many challenges when attempting to teach problem solving to young children. This article examines these challenges from a classroom teacher's perspective and suggests ways to facilitate reform in mathematics instruction.

Building the Mathematics and Literature Connection through Children’s Responses
Jeffrey Shih, Cyndi Giorgis
Guidelines for teachers to reflect on or to use in evaluating their use of children's literature in teaching mathematics. Includes a list of books that focus on mathematics for use in the elementary classroom.