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Invitation to Learn
Activity 2: Number Books
Hartshorn, Robert, & Boren, Sue. (1990). Experiential learning of mathematics: using manipulatives. ERIC Source (ERIC ED321967). Retrieved March 12, 2004, from Ebscohost database.
This article discusses the idea of how students achieve active involvement in their learning with manipulatives. It also discusses the positive effects and the new interest that manipulatives bring to student mathematical education.
Cain-Caston, M. (1996). Manipulative queen [electronic version]. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 23(4), 270-274.
This study focused on students practicing with manipulatives in mathematics usually out perform those who do not. Using manipulatives increased scores on retention and problem solving tests.
Lesson Plan written by Tricia Holden
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