Using Generic Examples to Make Viable Arguments

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These fifth graders engaged in key mathematical practices by explaining and illustrating central mathematical ideas.

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Anne E. Adams is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Idaho–Moscow. She is interested in the development of mathematical reasoning, how teachers learn to elicit student mathematical reasoning, and integrating literacy with mathematics.

Rob Ely is an associate professor in the department of mathematics at the University of Idaho–Moscow. He likes researching student reasoning, the infinite and infinitesimal, and playing hammered dulcimer.

David Yopp is an associate professor of mathematics education in the departments of mathematics and curriculum and instruction at the University of Idaho–Moscow. His research interests include developing students' and teachers' reasoning and argumentation practices.

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