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Unformatted text preview: • Well organized • Can control the classroom • Uses simple language • Is knowledgeable in subject material • Ability to plan: Set norms • Takes into account different developmental levels A Teacher’s Guide to Reasoning and Sense Making The concept states that in order to promote mathematical understanding a teacher should promote reasoning and sense making so students truly understand the material as opposed to just memorizing concepts • Create lessons or scenarios that apply an application for the math in question • Allow them to make theorems and use deductive reasoning to solve problems • Show the students how to use the math in real life so that they can understand it....
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- Fall '11
- Logic, sense making, Uses simple language