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We help you teach math with Spiraling and CheckAnswer:
Math SPIRALING –
is a sophisticated process of introduction, reinforcement and
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for each student. We continually bring in new topics, while refreshing math concepts they've learned before. Students aren't tested on a subject until they've had multiple chances to succeed in Guided Practice and Homework.
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Math CHECKANSWER – our unique self-assessment enables students to confirm
their work. The CheckAnswer process
helps students develop confidence and good work strategies. They solve a set of 3-5 problems (A-C), add the answers and see if the sum matches the CheckAnswer (D). If it does, they move on. If not, they go back and re-check their calculation.