The Rapid Acceleration of Basic Mathematical Skills in Disadvantaged Children: Implementing and Assessing an Alternative Multiplication Algorithm
In a population of disadvantaged fourth grade students, a new multiplication algorithm and its supporting procedures quickly produced highly significant increases in accuracy and significant increases in morale.
||Low-Stress, Addition, Multiplication, Disadvantaged, Acceleration, Learning, Efficiency, Attitude
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 10, pp.307-318.
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