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April 2002, Volume 8, Issue 8

FEATURES

Developing Spatial Understanding through Building Polyhedrons
Rebecca Ambrose, Karen Falkner
The authors share the results of their instructional experiment describing children's evolving understanding of three-dimensional geometry stimulated by a variety of building tasks.

Multicultural Literature as a Context for Problem Solving: Children and Parents Learning Together
Marilyn Strutchens
Through the literature of different cultures, teachers facilitate family members working together to solve mathematical problems embedded in or related to the text of the stories.

Representations in Teaching and Learning Fractions
Tad Watanabe
Various issues related to the use of representations in teaching and learning of fractions.