At Adaptemy we believe a blended approach to adaptive learning is required to maximise the impact of student-centric teaching. By using our technology in the maths classroom, alongside your live direction, you are statistically more likely to see a significant increase in engagement from the students, thereby allowing you to accurately assess and tailor the learning focus to the exact needs of the individual.
Here our 5 TIPS FOR TEACHING MATHS success:
1) THE VERBAL CHAIN
This is useful technique for students to remember the logic to a solution. By saying out loud the problem, followed by the logic process undertaken, the student improves the fluency of how they react to that problem.
2) MONITOR RESPONSE TIME
When a student is able to answer a problem instantly, we can reasonably draw the conclusion that they have truly mastered the logic required to answer that question. Adaptemy’s platform monitors this automatically.
3) KEEP DRILLS SHORT
It is widely regarded that most students cannot maintain focus on drills for no more than 2-4 minutes at a time, so always keep it short!
4) MONITOR PROGRESS
This can be done in numerous ways, but one of the most effective is to see if students can solve more problems in a set period of time, over time.
5) CELEBRATE SUCCESS
Keep the students motivated by celebrating when they have successfully tackled difficult challenges. If they feel it’s important they have achieved success, they will naturally look to repeat it.
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