Teaching Multiplication with Lesson Study: Japanese and Ibero-American Theories for International Mathematics Education
Numerically literate adults know how to multiply numbers, either in their heads, with paper and pencil using standard or alternative algorithms, by estimating and adjusting, or, if all else fails, by resorting to a calculator. Many remember the distress (or for others the joy) caused by memorizing the multiplication table. Teachers and researchers know the range of diffculties students may face while learning how to multiply numbers. Much has been said, written, and researched about multiplication, its learning, and its teaching—what else is there to add? Well . . . a lot! And this book shows just how much.
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