Scott Macleod says, "We now live within multidirectional conversation spaces in which 12-year-olds can reach audiences at scales that previously were reserved for major media companies, large corporations, and governments. We all now can have a voice. We all now can be publishers. We all now can find each other’s thoughts and ideas and can share, cooperate, collaborate, and take collective action."
So how should addition, and by extension subtraction, be taught?The standard algorithm or by piecewise addition?
Weigh in on the "Letter to Jack".
How would you teach these two problems?