Various strategies can help you build a classroom environment rich with mathematical discussion.
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Sarah B. Bush, email@example.com, is an associate professor of K–12 STEM education at the University of Central Florida's School of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Orlando. She is a former middle-grades mathematics teacher who is interested in integrated, relevant, and engaging mathematics tasks.
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