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The authors of this book compare math teaching practices in Japan and Germany with those in the United States, and offer a surprising new view of teaching and a bold action plan for improving education inside the American classroom. Using videotaped lessons from dozens of randomly selected eighth-grade classrooms in the United States, Japan, and Germany, the authors reveal the rich, yet unfulfilled promise of American teaching and document exactly how other countries have consistently stayed ahead of us in the rate their children learn.
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