Some strategies for teaching math include having students work in pairs to solve problems, using physical items for helping students understand basic skills, including math games and using repetition, suggests Concordia Online Education. Another strategy is to provide explanations for problem solving so that students can become competent.
Continue ReadingHaving students work in pairs on some practice problems after a lesson can be helpful for strengthening problem solving skills, while using physical items that students can manipulate provides a hands-on way to teach skills like addition and place value and leads to fuller understanding from this hands on experience. Math games can help kids become more interested in math while using repetition can speed up the time it takes students to learn new contexts, mentions Concordia Online Education.
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