Multiplicative Reasoning LT



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1) the conceptual principles and the development of the ideas underlying a concept;


2) representations, strategies and conceptions


3) meaningful distinctions, definitions and multiple models;


4) coherent structure – recognizing that there is a pattern in the development of mathematical ideas as a concept becomes more complex; and


5) bridging standards-understanding that there might be gaps between standards and knowing what underlying concepts are in between to bridge the gaps between the standards.