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Chappell, M. F., & Thompson, D. R. (1999). Modifying our questions to assess students’ thinking. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 4, 470-474.

Glasgow, R., Ragan, G., Fields, W. M., Reys, R., & Wasman, D. (2000). The decimal dilemma. Teaching Children Mathematic, 7(2), 89-93.

Irwin, K. C. (2001). Using everyday knowledge of decimals to enhance understanding. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 32, 399-420.

Moss, J., & Case, R. (1999). Developing children’s understanding of the rational numbers: A new model and an experimental curriculum. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 30, 122-147.

Oppenheimer, L., & Hunting R. P. (1999). Relating fractions and decimals: Listening to students talk. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 4, 318-321.

Parker, M. (2004). Reasoning and working proportionally with percent. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 9(6), 326-330.

Reys, B. J. (1991). Developing number sense in the middle grades: Addenda series, grades 5-8. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Thompson, C. S., & Walker, V. (1996). Connecting decimals and other mathematical content. Teaching Children Mathematics, 2, 496-502.

Williams, S. E., & Copley, J. V. (1994). Promoting classroom dialogue: Using calculators to discover patterns in dividing decimals. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 1, 72-75.






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