Researcher: Children who memorize times tables multiply faster and more accurately

09/9/2004 | BBC

Speaking at a conference for British math teachers, Dr. Sylvia Steel said studies indicate that auditory rote learning of multiplication tables is the most successful way for children to master multiplication facts. Math teachers say rote learning was less popular ten years ago, but note that times tables are still being taught today, along with other numeracy strategies.

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