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One Fish, Two Fish, Pretzel Fish: Learning Estimation and Other Advanced Mathematics Concepts in an Inclusive Class

Mittag, K.C., & Van Reusen, A.K. (1999). One fish, two fish, pretzel fish: Learning estimation and other advanced mathematics concepts in an inclusive class. Teaching Exceptional Children, 31(6), 66-72.

Topic: Content Enhancement
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: Using a combination of research-based approaches (Cooperative Estimation Techniques, calculators, and the Lesson Organizer Routine), a team of teachers successfully taught fifth-grade students in an inclusive classroom to use various strategies to learn advanced mathematics concepts and skills.

 

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