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A problem-solving heuristic or strategy that is not a product of imported approaches or procedures—for example, a deductive proof in geometry is unmistakably Greek in origin.
The bar model method, which is a mix of strategies from China, Russia, and the US, can’t be labeled “organic math”—ironically, this commonly known “Singapore model method” is anything but native math from Singapore.
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by MathPlus December 03, 2018
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