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Strategies to Teach Math - Book Review
Get your students' attention; maintain their attention; improve their retention with brain-based teaching strategies
Subtracting Like and Unlike Denominators
Do unlike denominators disturb you? Go to a quiet place, and let’s examine the situation.
Subtracting Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers
How do you subtract mixed numbers from whole numbers? Uh? That’s what I thought. This is a commonly missed fraction problem. Once, you read this article your “uh” will change to “ah ha!”
Subtraction - Regrouping
The basic skill of subtraction with borrowing challenges some students young and old. The problem magnifies if it requires borrowing or regrouping across zeros or borrowing multiple times. When the traditional subtraction method does not seem to click, consider this alternative method.
Teaching Aids - How to Make
Teaching aids for teacher, parents, and tutors. Learn to make affordable dry erase boards and creative ways to use sheet protectors, puzzles and toys.
Teaching Math to Hands-On Learners
If your responsible for teaching or caring for a with child a learning delay, consider reading Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners
Telling Time Jigsaw Puzzle
See how quick you can solve this online puzzle of time!
Ten Study Tips For Taking Finals
Finals! Take a deep breath. Start early and keep these tips in mind when preparing for finals.
Although everyone is not a good test taker, you can learn to successfully show what you know. However, it doesn’t just happen by making a wish; test success must be planned. Make a decesion to intentionally incorporate some of the following test strategy tips into your plans.
Thoughtful Math Quotes
Math quotations that make you say "hmm."
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