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Deductive reasoning
Halving a rectangle
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Proof: The foundation of mathematics
Good teaching
Reasoning for all students
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Effective questioning
The W questions
Deep thinking
Promoting deep thinking
A routine element of every class
Student-to-student dialogue
A social activity
Making mathematical connections
What do connectionist teachers do?
Assessment
Assessment approaches
Using open tasks
Observation
Students' writing
Using problem-posing
Designing tasks for assessing reasoning
Levels of proof
Ability to demonstrate reasoning
Ability to predict
Ability to make connections
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Above and below the line
Bad apples
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Comparing properties of quadrilaterals
Covered by H
Do quadrilaterals tessellate?
Exploring nines
Surface area and scaling up
W questions covered by H
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