Neuroscience and Fractions

This Mind/Shift KQED news article asserts that using multiple problem solving strategies (like visualizing and conceptualizing) to teach fractions as opposed to the memorization of one problem solving method can strengthen the neural pathways in the brain, which, in turn, can help students master fraction concepts.

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