Then: Transparency in My Mathematics Classroom

Jennifer M. Bay-WilliamsUniversity of Louisville, Kentucky

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Transparencies were commonplace in the 1980s when the first NCTM Standards were released. This article reflects on how the use of an overhead projector and transparencies helped to enact the Process Standards - and make the real purpose of learning mathematics more transparent to students.

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Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12
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