Right and wrong methods for teaching first graders who struggle with math | Education By The Numbers

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Well, surprise surprise:

A new study concludes that those first-graders who are behind their peers would have learned more if their teachers had just taught them to add and subtract the old-fashioned way. And then practiced it a lot.

Right and wrong methods for teaching first graders who struggle with math | Education By The Numbers.

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