How to teach multiplication without relying on memorization

04/29/2013 | Guardian (London), The

It is possible to teach students their multiplication tables without relying on rote memorization, writes journalist Emily Drabble. In this blog post, Drabble suggests a variety of resources, including worksheets with missing number sequences, as well as online activities intended to help students learn. Tony Watson, a math teacher in England, has designed a 34-week intervention to help struggling students learn the times table.

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