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Math Solving

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From: TEO Rose
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Mar 20, 2000 at 11:19:11
Subject: Math Solving

My question is not on Math solving (maybe at a later stage) but rather the
subject MATH.
It has become more and more like comprehension Math which requires a standard 
of understanding. My son is in the Streaming Year this year and since Math is 
one of the core subjects, can you please advice how we can render help to poor 
students who do not have an analytical mind, math approach, memory and 
attention short, etc...
I have tried to introduce foundation / topical assessment to instill the
concept of mathematical approach to him.  Sometimes I wonder if my son is
having a phobia for math examinations because he seems to be unableto do even
a simple sum during his examination, or was it due to time management?
Please help me.  I am in a dilemma.

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