Mathematics is more than what’s written on the page—it’s nuanced and complex. To develop mathematical thinking, students benefit from experiences that attend to conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and application to real-world contexts. That’s why we actively support an approach to mathematics teaching and learning that emphasizes ways of thinking, habits of thinking, and ways of doing.
In concert with these experiences and instructional practices, our resources help educators support this ecosystem.
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