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Problem Solving Math

Explain the benefits of teaching problem solving math. Then choose three examples from the problem solving activities. How would you use them in your classroom?

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Explain the benefits of teaching problem solving math. Then choose three examples from the problem solving activities. How would you use them in your classroom?

http://books.google.com/books?id=4oetteOJZYEC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

In order to help students construct meaning on context (mathematics) ideas and processes requires that the teacher facilitates the lesson to engage them in demonstrating (doing) the math (Taplin, 2013). Students are able to discover knowledge by engaging in the activity of demonstrating what they can do and what they cannot do. The approach is inquiry-based instruction technique that teacher can use to instruct, assess and guide learning simultaneously.

In discovery learning, participants learn to recognize a problem, characterize what a solution would look like, search for relevant information, develop a solution strategy, and execute the chosen strategy. The idea behind the strategy is to link the student's vision with the concept and yield awareness. In ...

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The benefits of teaching problem solving math is explained. Three examples for problem solving are determined.

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