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1.3 – SHARE: Math Learning Retention

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    • Knight Agency
      Keymaster
      #2325

      List/brainstorm math concepts that you feel you need to reteach on a regular basis or topics that the students forgot.

    • williamcorrtez
      Participant
      #2351

      1. Before starting a class, do a background knowledge scan and do short reviews with the help of the students. Then connect that prior knowledge with the new content you want to teach.

      2. Work with other subjects where students are able to integrate different content.

      3. Visual material posted on the walls of the classroom.

      4. Have the students do group work and then teach the rest of their classmates.

      5. Invent songs to remember some content.

    • bjshaw3
      Participant
      #2411

      How to interpret word problems that include multiplication and division (identifying which aspect of the word problem represent the “groups” and which aspect of the word problem represents the “objects”)
      Being able to independently determine what model might be helpful in solving the problem
      Writing the answer to a word problem in a complete sentences and/or labeling the answer in the context of the word problem
      Bar models in multiplication and division

    • ahuyck
      Participant
      #2620

      -1/6/23 11;27 am ahuyck
      -first thing we do is make sure everyone is ready to start the day,we have to be in a positive mind set,we need to be open to learning
      -review material,where are we,do we need to reteach or is it time to go on
      -be able to use math sentences,writing out equations and verbally explaining the procedures to show complete understanding of the problem
      -able to use models to show your work
      -able to solve problems more than one way

    • williwoodz
      Participant
      #3166

      Quick reviews of previous material to help retention, group work to encourage collaboration and different approaches to solving a problem, anchor charts as reminders, and manipulatives to foster understanding are some techniques one could use.

    • amcginnis
      Participant
      #3552

      Multiplication, subtraction with regrouping, division.

    • marialignos
      Participant
      #3861

      In my class there is a need to review borrowing and regrouping.

    • tammy.metz
      Participant
      #3907

      List/brainstorm math concepts that you feel you need to reteach on a regular basis or topics that the students forgot.

      Multiplication strategies, place value, regrouping, multiplication with carrying, adding and subtracting fractions.

    • jamesmunoz4
      Participant
      #11232

      List/brainstorm math concepts that you feel you need to reteach on a regular basis or topics that the students forgot.
      Fractions (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing)
      Multiplication facts
      LCM, GCM
      PEMDAS
      Adding and subtracting multidigit numbers (borrow and regrouping)

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