Math program encourages students to stand up for problem solving

10/2/2013 | TakePart.com

Students at a Denver school are spending math class on their feet, standing at personal whiteboards around the classroom. The 360 Degree Math program -- adopted by the school a year ago -- allows teachers to observe students' problem-solving skills and encourages student collaboration. Teacher Lindsay Chinn says the program has increased student engagement and made learning math more fun.

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