Progression in bar modelling
Bar modelling is used widely as an effective part of the Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract (CPA) approach to the mastery of mathematics. It is not a method for problem solving but does reveal the mathematical structure beneath the problem and mathematical relationships between its component parts.
This document provides a comprehensive overview of each of the models, includes many examples and teaching tips to help leaders and teachers develop an effective approach to bar modelling.
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