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A teaching format that effectively prepares students to the test: worked examples followed by lots of practice on similar questions—algorithmic mastery over conceptual fluency.
Average teachers just love drill-and-kill math, because it gives oft-low self-esteem kids the illusion that they've mastered the concepts—teachers are happy, students gain self-confidence, and parents are pleased with the decent grades.
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by MathPlus April 18, 2017
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