How do classroom behavioral expectations support the development of students' mathematical reasoning? A sixth-grade teacher and his students developed this example while discussing a ratio comparison problem.

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Signe E. Kastberg, skastber@purdue.edu, is a mathematics teacher educator at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. She is interested in the development of understandings of multiplicative reasoning. R. Scott Frye, sfrye@paramountindy.org, is the assistant director at Paramount School of Excellence in Indianapolis, Indiana. Frye advocates highly engaging, Standards-based instruction that meets student readiness levels and interests.

(Corresponding author is Kastberg skastber@purdue.edu)(Corresponding author is Frye sfrye@paramountindy.org)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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