- Critical Thinking is important in all areas of life. Math is not an exception. I believe that it is important to teach students to think “outside the box” in mathematics.
In this series of lessons:
Students will learn to observe and note details of sequential patterns and then a math problem.
Students will begin to think critically as they approach a math word problem.
Students should have a knowledge of basic mathematics: fractions through percents.
Students should be familiar with algebraic equations.
- Adult Education
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- Sharon Shoemaker
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