What instructional strategies are effective in helping students with difficulties in mathematics?
Research points to several strategies that have been consistently effective in teaching students who experience difficulties in mathematics.
- The use of structured peer-assisted learning activities
- Systematic and explicit instruction using visual representations
- Modifying instruction based on data from formative assessment of students (such as classroom discussions or quizzes)
- Providing opportunities for students to think aloud while they work
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