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Title: 
The role of problems to enhance pedagogical practices in the Singapore mathematics classroom
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2002
Citation: 
Foong, P. Y. (2002). The role of problems to enhance pedagogical practices in the Singapore mathematics classroom. The Mathematics Educator, 6(2),15-31.
Abstract: 
The worldwide trend for reform in mathematics education is also happening in Singapore. Teachers are encouraged to use a variety of non-routine mathematics problems in their teaching to de-emphasize the use of routine questions that promote basic algorithmic skills. This paper presents the role of dlflerent types of mathematical problems and in particular short, open-ended
questions that teachers can modIfL from the routine questions commonly found in textbooks. The experience of some primaly teachers who have used short, open-ended problems with their pupils is shared.
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0218-9100
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