Anchoring Adolescents' Understanding of Math Concepts in Rich Problem-Solving Environments
Remedial and Special Education Volume 22, Number 5, ISSN 0741-9325
This paper describes how eighth-grade students in a remedial math class were able to match the problem solving performance of comparison students in a pre-algebra class. It discusses the use of video-based anchored instruction linked to applied problems to develop students' understanding and skills. (Contains references.) (DB)
Bottge, B.A., Heinrichs, M., Chan, S.Y. & Serlin, R.C. (2001). Anchoring Adolescents' Understanding of Math Concepts in Rich Problem-Solving Environments. Remedial and Special Education, 22(5), 299-314.
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