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Some of us would point to political pressures to evidence higher "success" in terms of increased graduation rates, which wind up pressuring institutions to reduce standards and pass students regardless of whether they've mastered material skills or not. Note that U.S. high school graduation rates have been spiking upwards in recent years, which ...


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This is a book I read years ago. It is quite general though, maybe you need something more practical https://www.amazon.com/Singapore-Model-Method-Learning-Mathematics/dp/B0033HXD1K#customerReviews I don't personally endorse the method, nor the book. I think it is very specific and probably such detailed method wouldn't fit for students when they go on to ...


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It's been many years since I looked at it, and I no longer have my copy available, but I believe that Elementary Mathematics for Teachers by Scott Baldridge and Thomas Parker was written to be used alongside the Singapore Math Curriculum. (In fact, a quick Google search shows that Baldridge and Parker's book is available for sale from Singapore Math, Inc, ...


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My experience is at university level so it may not fit your requests. During my online course I planned and did the following: opened each lecture with one musical piece that was chosen by students. They all agreed it helped them gaining concentration and momentum asked them, with a small reward on grades, to write a log journal - one page at least per week ...


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