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Why teachers are letting students solve math problems in lots of different ways

By Tori Trajanovski, PhD student, Faculty of Education, York University, Canada
Cristina De Simone, PhD student, Mathematics Education, Faculty of Education, York University, Canada
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Mathematics is not a “neutral” subject — cultural biases exist. A shift to more equitable teaching looks like teachers drawing on students’ knowledge, and students generating lots of solutions.The Conversation

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