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When most math teachers fail to help students see the mathematical forest through the trees—when students can’t see the big picture behind the numbers and symbols.
Math without numbers may sound like men without women, but it’s important for math educators to convey the few general principles underlying the hundred-odd exercises and problems—both teachers and students need to clearly see the forest and the trees to appreciate what they’re teaching and learning.
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by MathPlus June 04, 2018
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