**Book Title:** Good Questions for Math Teaching, Grades 5-8: Why Ask Them and What to Ask

**Publisher:** Math Solutions

**ISBN:** 0941355691

**Author:** Nancy Canavan Anderson

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**Book Title:** Good Questions for Math Teaching, Grades 5-8: Why Ask Them and What to Ask

**Publisher:** Math Solutions

**ISBN:** 0941355691

**Author:** Nancy Canavan Anderson

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