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School children learn arithmetic procedures by rote rather than by constructing them on the basis of their understanding of numbers. Role learning produces lack of flexibility, nonsensical errors, and other difficulties in learning. Mathematics educators have proposed that, if arithmetic...
The purpose of educational microworlds, broadly conceived, is to permit focused learning of a part within a context that preserves essential characteristics of the whole. We investigated a microworld intended to provide opportunities for more focused learning of reading comprehension strategies...
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