Recommendations for Teaching Division with Remainders

Author: Joshua Lerner1
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  • 1 Peirce School of International Studies, Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, IL

Using lesson study, a team of educators teaches a carefully designed unit on division 
with remainders to a class of third-grade students.

Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12
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