Category: Early Learning

ChildUp Early Learning Quote #209: Math Is Important…

       

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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #208: Uniquely Sensitive Kids…

       

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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #207: One or Two Math Problems a Night…

       

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Reading Practice May Be The Best Way to Heal Dyslexia

- One big issue encountered by children with dyslexia (and by their parents and teachers) is the fear that their reading difficulties are genetically set and hopeless. A recent study offers some relief by suggesting that reading practice has a determining influence on the development of the disorder; normal and dyslexic brains may not be as much different as was previously …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #206: Math Practice Makes Perfect…

       

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Why Common Core Math Is So Important

- G. Michael Guy, a professor of mathematics at the City University of New York (CUNY), says that high school graduates need better knowledge in basic math concepts. He has personally observed how the public K-12 schools have failed to prepare students for college-level math, limiting their potential - a serious disadvantage to them and to the whole society. - Of …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #205: Math in the Early Grades…

       

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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #204: Children Have a Sense of Numbers…

       

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The “Tiger Mother” Effect: Why Asian Children Get Better Grades Than their White Classmates

- A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences disclosed that Asian schoolchildren get better academic results because they exert more effort and not because they are more intelligent. Researchers noted that when Asian-American children begin school they have no major academic advantage over their white classmates, but …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote #203: Children Needed to Be Brought to Math Slowly…

         

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