Developing mathematical skills in elementary students
Posted by on December 8, 2006
Do your volunteers and members assist elementary students with math homework? Are you looking for tools and resources to help them with this challenging work? The LEARNS partners are pleased to announce the latest issue of the Tutor newsletter: I really can do math! Developing mathematical skills in elementary students.
This issue of the Tutor explores the five components of effective mathematics learning — engaging, understanding, computing, applying, and reasoning — and provides definitions, practical strategies and sample language to help tutors assist struggling students with math homework. Download a copy of the article at: http://nationalserviceresources.org/sites/learns/tutor/spr2006/spr2006.pdf.
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