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For students who don't have instant recall with basic arithmetic, should I be stubborn about training them to have instant recall before moving on?

The question: Should I discontinue tutoring engagements with students who refuse to remediate their inability to perform basic calculations to some standard? My answer: it depends on your goals as a ...
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Statistics, for the mathematically rigorous

Late answer, but I feel that the suggestion from Steve in a comment (a few hours after the question was posted) deserves to be promoted to an answer. Casella, George, and Roger L. Berger. Statistical ...
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For students who don't have instant recall with basic arithmetic, should I be stubborn about training them to have instant recall before moving on?

As I said in a comment, the quiz website you describe sounds a lot like mine at Automatic-Algebra.org. One chief reason that I made that site was because I saw students in my college remedial algebra ...
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Statistics, for the mathematically rigorous

Harald Cramer, Mathematical Methods of Statistics. Princeton First Part: MATHEMATICAL INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. General properties of sets Chapter 2. Linear point sets Chapter 3. Point sets in η ...
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For students who don't have instant recall with basic arithmetic, should I be stubborn about training them to have instant recall before moving on?

It depends greatly on the students. I have had great success training students with the flashmaster app. With this app you can focus on improving time for basic facts. I have used this with my ...
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