Middle school's math curriculum opens door for more student discussion

10/16/2013 | Hechinger Report, The

A middle school in Nashville, Tenn., has adopted a math curriculum that challenges students to explain their answers in whole-class discussions and sometimes in writing. Teachers also guide students through several ways to solve problems and encourage students to discuss what their answers mean in real-world situations. "It's really exciting to hear them talk and use all of the math terms to explain their thinking and construct arguments," teacher Cicely Woodard said.

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