Program helps students increase their math confidence

04/18/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some teachers in Canada and England are successfully using a program called Jump Math to improve math learning -- in part by assuming that all students can excel at math. Because students who struggle in math typically have poor memories and difficulty with word problems, teachers walk students through each step -- no matter how small. The developer of the curriculum says students' initial success will increase their math confidence, motivating them to learn more.

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