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Kumon math method

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Description:  Information on Kumon method of teaching math
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math
Ed. topic:  Teaching Issues/Strategies, General Programs/Approaches, Non-traditional, Teaching Styles/Practices

Original Question/Response
08 May 99   Kumon math method by Cynthia Blizzard
09 May 99   Re: Kumon math method by Gail

Public Discussion
31 Mar 00   Kumon Math and Reading by Adam
02 Apr 00        Re: Kumon Math and Reading by G. Woodford
02 Apr 00   Kumon Math by G. Woodford
23 Aug 01        Re: Kumon Math by Sandra
10 Apr 03   Kumon Math by Diana
20 Dec 04   mathmatical method by Abu Elgasim Eltahir
27 Jan 05        Kumon - our experience by Robin Kelly
23 Jan 07            Re: Kumon - our experience by claudine
23 Jan 07                Re: Re: Kumon - our experience by Owen
30 Mar 07            Re: Kumon - our experience by Lynda
04 Apr 07        Re: forms finder by pali
02 Feb 05   Vedic maths method from India by atul gupta
19 May 07        Re: Vedic maths method from India by Kamini
04 Apr 06   Kumon makes a difference by Joan Ditges
28 Jan 07   TIMSS /Social Issues by csuosual
22 Mar 07   Kumon Math by Cade Mac
12 Feb 08   Kumon by Jim
26 May 08        Re: Kumon by meganx
10 Apr 12        Re: Kumon by Bala Kumthekar
14 Apr 12        Re: Kumon by Bala
24 Jul 08   Kumon math and beestar math by Lisa
27 Apr 12   Math Tricks by Alpha C. Agustin
07 Nov 05        Re: Kumon math method by Sue Clark
22 Mar 07        Re:Re: Kumon Math Method by Cade Mac
24 Aug 07            Re: Re:Re: Kumon Math Method by Stacy Kay

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