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Problem-Solving Strategies for Efficient and Elegant Solutions, Grades 6-12
A Resource for the Mathematics Teacher

- Alfred S. Posamentier - Mercy College, New York, USA
- Stephen Krulik - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Afterword by Nobel Laureate Herbert A. Hauptman

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Mathematics & Numeracy | Teaching Methods & Learning Styles | Teaching in Secondary Schools

*“The authors have provided a uniquely strategy-focused resource supported by a wealth of engaging examples that mathematics teachers can readily use to help students develop a more purposeful, systematic, and successful approach to problem solving.”*

**Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, Sleepy Hollow, NY**

*"This terrific resource helps both new and veteran teachers better understand the nature of problem solving as a critical mathematics process. In very simple terms, the authors present and illuminate the strategies that are the backbone of mathematics instruction. This indispensable material is useful at all levels, from basic stages to advanced student work to the development of top problem solvers."*

**Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, NJ**

*"Each chapter covers a different strategy and includes problems that could be solved using that strategy. This would be a great resource for any secondary mathematics teacher and a wonderful resource for the mathematics teacher educator."*

**Mathematical Association of America**