to develop concepts from the concrete to the pictorial to the abstract using a variety of representations in a wide variety of learning environments
to differentiate instruction for students of all ability levels via lessons organized by concepts which are scaffolded
to provide students/teachers different entry points to address the demand for increasing the content knowledge of teachers as well as instructional leaders observing & supervising teaching and learning in the math classroom
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