In a previous post I address the problems that lead many students to struggle in geometry and outlined a solution based on the van Hiele’s research. In this article I will summarize their findings and suggest ways to implement instruction that will
I recently ran across and article in NCTM’s Marshall Report that cited a study by Scott Snider, Sarah Novick, Jessica Gomez and Jennifer Gilbert from Boston and Vanderbilt Universities correlating student character, connectedness, conduct and grades. More and more we are seeing studies that validate what we have long expected: that students perform better
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