Carnegie Learning Math Series: Course 1Classroom Learning Environment
This text uses a collaborative learning classroom environment. Students will be able to discuss ideas and predictions to different problem situations, present calculations and solutions to question, and analyze, critique, or support classmates’ answers to problem situations. They will work individually, with their small group, and also be involved with class discussions. Your child’s EFFORT in class matters more than ever! Their learning will come from their involvement with the questions/problems/activities from the text and through the discussions we have in class.Parent & Student Resources Designed for Home Help
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