Jump, split or make to the next 10: strategies to teach maths have changed since parents were at school
Numeracy, Parent aspiration, Mathematics education, Teaching methods
Research shows parents have a significant influence on their children's learning, but some lack the confidence to provide at home support. To help parents engage with their children's maths learning, The Conversation asked ACER Senior Research Fellow Cath Pearn to explain three addition and subtraction strategies now taught in primary school.
Pearn, Cath. (December 2020)'Jump, split or make to the next 10: strategies to teach maths have changed since parents were at school', Discover, ACER. https://www.acer.org/au/discover/article/jump-split-or-make-to-the-next-10-strategies-to-teach-maths-have-changed-since-parents-were-at-school
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Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)