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Unformatted text preview: Remedial Mathematics Remedial Mathematics Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning First Evaluation • • • • • Remedial issues School­over difficulties Post­school difficulties Cultural change Learning change Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Teaching Gaps • • • • • Low target realization Unconcerned teaching Low professional skills Low quality academic support Lack of appropriate assessment Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Learning Gaps: Symptoms • • • • I hate mathematics Untidy learning capacity Unmet learning expectations Low quality resource support Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Core Mathematics Gaps • • • • • Conceptual difficulties Lack of skills development Limited application knowledge Memorization Rote learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Core Mathematics • • • • • Applicable arithmetic Set theoretic base Elementary Algebra Elementary Geometry Application and modeling Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning First Plan • • • • • School Background, Gaps Diagnose Current Targets Standards to Set Methodology to Achieve Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Methodology • • • • • • Differentiation Learning difficulties Scenario based teaching learning Structured instructions Programmed guidance Cooperate or team learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Methodology • • • • • Organization of delivery Assessment of needs, corrections Coordination Self­paced Assessment of learning progress Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Structured Instructions • • • • • • • • Learning statement of a problem, clear writing How to solve Generalization Hunch Reasoning Modeling Geometry everywhere Questioning Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Preparing Faculty • • • • • • • Development of teaching skills Non­linear processing Support activities Assessment of affective characteristics (attitude, emotions, perceptions etc.) Motivation Critical thinking, reasoning, learning to learning skills, problem solving techniques Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Learning Schedule • • • • • • • Variable time table Prepare individual priorities Personal deadlines, match goals Creating learning communities, team experiences, experiments Consult peer­teachers Rank solutions Integrate activities Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Memory Charging • • • • • • • Concentration Association Ridiculous thinking Imagination Sleep Spaced learning Artificial aids Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Creative Rote Learning • • • • Identify areas of necessary rote learning Soft sequential natural learning Embedded to continual inquiry Functional­driven Remedial Teaching­Learning Remedial Teaching­Learning Core Math Learning Success • • • • • • • Gather and use information Engage in discussion Control and organize ideas Perform intricate tasks Analyze and make judgment Solve, generalize, prove Effective use ...
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