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Using the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract (CPA) Approach in think! Mathematics

The Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract (CPA) approach developed by American psychologis ...

Implementing a 3-part lesson Approach in think! Mathematics

Anchor Task, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice. Together, they form...

Solving Word Problems using Bar Models

A key feature of think! Mathematics is its use of...

Low-floor, High-ceiling Tasks in think! Mathematics

Low-floor, high-ceiling tasks are those that are accessible to all...

Differentiated Instruction for Mixed Ability Learners

‘One size does not fit all’. Differentiated instruction is of...

Why is reading essential in Math classes?

think! Mathematics is written such that materials in Let’s Learn...
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