It can be frustrating when someone forgets their math facts. Thankfully, there are a few easy ways you can prevent this and improve their retention.
Being unable to learn the times tables is a common symptom of dyscalculia. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do if this occurs.
A short attention span can easily affect a person’s learning of math facts. When attention is lost, all learning stops until attention is regained.
A conditioned fear response is one of the trickiest obstacles to overcome. It doesn’t always develop, but when it does, it will take some patience.
Positive reinforcement is a powerful technique when used while teaching others. Through it, chances of educational success increase and learners can become more internally motivated.
The only way to know if a teaching technique has been successful is through tracking. Tracking is a simple technique taking only minutes to complete.