How can mathematics teachers consistently integrate their subject with social studies in the middle school setting? Strategic problem solving is a skill mathematics instructors present throughout the school year which is not necessarily dependent on a hierarchy of computational skills that must be taught in sequence. The latitude available in determining when problem solving strategies can be presented to students makes them ideal for integrating with the events and cultures that dominate historical eras, such as ancient history.
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