12/10/2013

Students may master algebra concepts quicker when problems relate to things in their lives, such as music, movies or even their pets, according to a recent study of 141 ninth-graders. Researchers found that interest-based personalization helped students learn new concepts faster than their peers using nonpersonalized materials, and data showed that students retained the skills when asked to use them in a later math lesson.

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