In the previous post, the author gave practical advice on how to start planning for teaching and learning in mathematics so that it leads to conceptual understanding. In this post, she talks about sample learning engagements that lead students to understand mathematical concepts.
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In this two-part series a PYP coordinator describes a process to develop conceptual understanding in mathematics.
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