Teacher develops card game to improve math, problem-solving skills

05/31/2010 | MyCentralJersey.com (Somerville, N.J.)

A New Jersey teacher has created a spinoff of the card game Go Fish that he says can help improve students' basic math and problem-solving skills. In the game DocFish, which Daniel Fishman developed over two years, students make pairs using math concepts instead of the cards' face value. Fishman wrote an article about his game that appears in this month's edition of The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Journal.

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