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Fostering Student Engagement in the Mathematical Practices
Provided by Curriculum Associates

Research suggests promoting deeper, more sustained learning by having students participate in a routine of problem-solving followed by instruction. By actively engaging students in problem-solving and discussion, this instructional routine can help them understand and remember mathematics concepts. 

This whitepaper examines:

  • How problem-based instructional routines that promote engagement can help increase student understanding and retention of mathematics concepts
  • Think–Share–Compare: a practical, easy to implement, research-based instructional routine
  • The roles of the teacher and student within each phase of the Think–Share–Compare instructional routine

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