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Motti Leska

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Registered: 12/6/04
Math teaching for the developing child
Posted: Apr 28, 2000 3:02 AM
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HI!

I would like to ask for any researchs or discussions regarding the
different levels and teaching methods for Math teaching according to
the kids development, mostly for the 1st grade students.
What should be a normal development for the 1st grade students and
what would be considered as abnormal?
What are the basics demands for the 6-7 years old kids?
How to encourage the "weak" student in order to bring him in to the
normal level?

Any data will be very appreciated.

Regards

Motti Leska







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