A fundamental principle of "Math Trailblazers" is that mathematics is best learned through active involvement in solving real problems. Questions a student can answer immediately may be worthwhile exercises, but problems, by definition, are difficult. Perhaps the biggest difference between "Math Trailblazers" and traditional mathematics programs is the pervasive emphasis on problem solving. While using "Math Trailblazers", you will be amazed as your students become powerful thinkers! They will know how and when to apply the mathematics they have learned in a wide variety of contexts.
Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co ,U.S.