Guiding children's arithmetic experiences : the experience-language approach to numbers / J. Allen Hickerson.


New York : Prentice-Hall, 1952.

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Subjects Arithmetic -- Study and teaching.
Series Prentice-Hall education series.
Description 322 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1952.
Contents pt. I. The three major aspects of the arithmetic program : Learning to represent concrete situations with arithmetic symbols -- Learning to compute with meaning and efficiency -- Understanding the number system -- Evaluating children's abilities -- Organizing the class for learning -- part II. Learning to compute with whole numbers : Learning to add whole numbers -- Learning to subtract whole numbers -- Learning to multiply whole numbers -- Learning to divide whole numbers -- Learning to divide whole numbers -- part III. Learning to compute with fractions : What are fractional parts? -- Learning to add and subtract common-fractions -- Learning to multiply and divide common-fractions -- Learning multiply and divide common-fractions -- Learning to add and subtract decimal-fractions -- Learning to multiply and divide decimal-fractions -- What is percentage? -- Appendix A. In- and out-of-school uses of arithmetic (listed by grades) -- Appendix B. Age-placement of computational steps -- Appendix C. Suggested readings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)525570
(OCoLC)ocm00525570
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