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This week I added a new subject called Memory Aids to the ADD site. I have trouble with rote memory. An informal survey of my students reveals that this is a problem for them, too. The first two articles are about ways to learn math facts. I have several more articles about learning math facts, and I'll also have methods for learning other academic material.
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Addition and Subtraction Facts and ADD
One of the problems that students with Attention Deficit Disorder have is memorizing math facts. These bright students can figure out how to do problems without having memorized the facts. However, they sacrifice speed when they need to figure out each problem. This has a detrimental effect on their work completion. Every problem becomes a huge, complicated, time-consuming, problem. Games are an effective way to help students learn math facts without rote memorization. Students use math to learn math. Plus, itís fun!
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