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How can you recognize if your child has a weaker working memory?
Memory is the ability to absorb, store, retain and recall information. We distinguish two types of memory: short-term memory or working memory, and long-term memory. While working memory processes temporarily stored information, long-term memory or permanent memory contains information that we can remember very accurately and quickly.Read more
Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts
This is an article from Stanford university Youcubed series, By Jo Boaler Professor of Mathematics Education) In a critical research project researchers studied students as they solved number problems (Gray & Tall, 1994). The students, aged 7 to 13, had been nominated by their teachers as being low, middle or high achieving.Read more