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Thinking mathematically: Problem solving, sense-making, and communicating

George Booker

Mathematics is more than numbers and measurement. It is a way of thinking which allows concepts to be built up; problems to be explored and solved; conjectures to be made and examined; and complex ideas about the world to be communicated. Developing a problem-solving focus to deal with mathematics requires more than a range of problem-solving strategies.

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