Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why good theory must inform pedagogy

If we understand the theory first and then rework it into slogans for children to learn, then we give them a path to understanding. If we invent slogans first and they don’t line up exactly with theory, then there are … Continue reading

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Students failing algebra rarely recover

“Students failing algebra rarely recover” Jill Tucker Published 10:22 pm, Friday, November 30, 2012 Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/Students-failing-algebra-rarely-recover-4082741.php#ixzz2SPZ7uJaa If student’s don’t get algebra the first time, repeating it doesn’t work. The article specifically says teaching it again the same way doesn’t … Continue reading

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