Category Archives: Transition to Proof

Fractions as Operators and Transition to Proof

Fractions as operators are a good way to teach transition to proof.  First, because fractions are a key part of math education. Students stumble on fractions.  A big part of this is likely teachers don’t understand the abstraction or path … Continue reading

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Re Jay Mathews Math stumble at renowned Jefferson High

Jay Mathews tells about trouble in the Linear Algebra course at Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia. Math stumble at renowned Jefferson High Thomas Jefferson math courses Linear Algebra at Thomas Jefferson Math flow chart TJ Pre-Algebra New Math Done … Continue reading

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