Rethinking "Concrete" Manipulatives
Teaching Children Mathematics Volume 2, Number 5, ISSN 1073-5836
Points out that the notion of "concrete" is relative and argues the advantages of, and recommendations for, using computer manipulatives. (MKR)
Clements, D.H. & McMillen, S. (1996). Rethinking "Concrete" Manipulatives. Teaching Children Mathematics, 2(5), 270.
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