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F. Morgan Simpson,Kenneth E. Easterday,Loren L. Henry

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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (October 1, 1998)

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391

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0873534654

# Activities for Junior High School and Middle School Mathematics: Readings from the Arithmetic Teacher and the Mathematics Teacher, Mathematics Teaching ... for Junior High Middle School Mathematics) e-book

#### by F. Morgan Simpson,Kenneth E. Easterday,Loren L. Henry

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Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12. Compiled by Kenneth E. Easterday, F. Morgan Simpson, and Tommy Smith. Activities are one means of connecting both the various strands of mathematics with one another and mathematics with other disciplines.

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