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From: Joan Sveen <basicallymath@pressenter.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005010911:34:20
Subject: Developing instant recall of the basic facts of mathematics

BASICALLY MATH is another method of learning the basic facts and
storing them in long-term memory.  It is an inexpensive method and
very easy to use.  A combination of methods seems to be necessary for
many students as they tackle developing instant recall.  BASICALLY
MATH breaks the body of information into smaller amounts and the
student is tested on smaller amounts.  The student's incentive is
improved because of immediate success.

BASICALLY MATH is available through the website: 
www.basicallymath.com	

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