Examines the language of problem solving in young children and describes how tools, symbol systems, and learning styles affect a child's solutions.In most fifth-grade programs, students are also introduced to more demanding tasks such as calculating percentages, ... They are introduced to complex word- problems that require multi-step computational tasks such as adding up apple ... that sports and other physical activities are taught and encouraged as productive and conducive to sound educational practices providing positive results in children.
|Title||:||Learning how children process mathematical problems|
|Author||:||Ana Maria Klein|
|Publisher||:||Edwin Mellen Pr - 2003|