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Welcome to the volume 10 of the Math-U-See newsletter!

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Teaching Tip

Mastery - Why and What

Mastery - Why

The question keeps coming up - how do you define mastery? Equally important to our consideration is Why aim for mastery? Math is sequential in that it builds upon previously-studied material. But when I teach a student, I only want them to be focusing on one new idea at a time.

Mastery - What

Blog Highlights

Math-U-See Happy Dance

Want to see what a Math-U-See happy dance looks like? [read full post]

Eat Your Homeschool

Want to learn a neat trick, teach math with snack. Shared from Gold Acorn Homeschool. [read full post]

You Will Survive

Saw this on "Pages of our life" and had to pass it along, enjoy. [read full post]

Using Math-U-See for Special Needs Learners

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine asked their readers to share how they taught special needs learners. [read full post]

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