Do your students have difficulty understanding math terms? Remembering the steps of algorithms in sequence? Interpreting data in displays? Our math study skills program will help you teach them math and how to learn! Math has its own vocabulary, notation, and procedures. Just as working with integers is a learned skill, so are the abilities to listen, problem solve, locate information, and take a test. Throughout the hm Program, we assume that problem solving should be the central focus of the mathematics curriculum. Study skills are for everyone: many students who do well in math can benefit from learning how to organize their skills into a useful system. Others who are doing poorly may lack proficiency in learning and study skills and will need to learn both the skill and systematic ways of using them. The solution is often a combination of study skills and a dose of self-confidence. As students gain effective learning skills, they become more competent and confident learners. For grades 7 and up.
Chapter 1 Listening is a Mathematical Skill Chapter 2 Problem Solving (1) Chapter 3 Understanding the Language of Mathematics (1) Chapter 4 Problem Solving (2) Chapter 5 Understanding the Language of Mathematics (2) Chapter 6 Learning from Your Homework Chapter 7 Using Formulas Chapter 8 Estimation Chapter 9 Preparing for a Test Chapter 10 Taking a Math Test