Vermont Program Has Teachers Rethinking Math Class

04/9/2002 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Elementary teachers are getting refresher courses in calculus, statistics, algebra and geometry in order to redefine how they teach math to young students, a report says. For the past three years, the Vermont Math Institute has worked with teachers on introducing more-advanced math concepts to grade-school children by stressing the value of theory versus actual application of the topics.

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