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Volume 34: Issue 6 (Feb 1987): February 1987
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The Arithmetic Teacher
Online ISSN:
0004-136X
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By Way of Introduction
One Point of View: The Calculator-based Curriculum: Deceased or Just in “Suspended Automation”?
Readers' Dialogue
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A Calculator-integrated Curriculum: The Time Is Now
Calculators in the Classroom: How Can We Make It Happen?
A Compelling Case for Calculators
Research Report: What Are Calculators Good For?
Teaching Primary-Grade Mathematics Skills with Calculators
Estimation and mental Computation
Ideas
Guide to Advertisers
Activities for Calculators
Problem Solving: Tips for Teachers
The Calculator Is a Problem-solving Concept Developer
An Instructional Model for Integrating the Calculator
Calculators and Connecticut's Eighth-Grade Mastery Test
Calculators and the Mathematics Curriculum
NCTM Position Statement on … Calculators in the Mathematics Classroom
Computer Corner
Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools K-12 Calculator Technology
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