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Nurturing an environment and conversations where students use specific math language will develop their awareness of math as well as their confidence in themselves as math students. How to Apply It! 1) Teach math vocabulary. Even students who understand co... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset K-8 Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception

Teaching peers or siblings can be one of the most effective ways to solidify one's own learning--if you can explain it to others and comfortably answer their questions you can be more certain that you fully understand it. How to Apply It! 1) Peer teaching ... View More

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Mathematics Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Expressive Language Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning

Working in a study group can help you learn better and can be more motivating than studying alone, but it's important to choose a group that will be helpful and not a distraction. How to Apply It! 1) Study groups should have only three to five members. 2) ... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Expressive Language Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning

The many benefits of reading aloud with your student extend into the teen years and include logic, reasoning, awareness of new ideas, and communication. How to Apply It! 1) Incorporate reading aloud to and with your students regularly. Read to and have st... View More

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Reading 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Flexible Thinking Listening Comprehension Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed

Project-based learning can be structured in many ways but the common element is that it involves actively investigating and responding to a real world question or problem, and can be more engaging (and effective) for many students. How to Apply It! 1) In pro... View More

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Study Skills & Tools 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Social Awareness Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Spatial Perception

Your strong abstract reasoning can help you tackle complex problems involving images, words, or numbers, especially in subjects like math and science. WHAT IT IS Your abstract reasoning refers to how you draw inferences from objects, images, space or numbe... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Abstract Reasoning

Nurturing your strong verbal reasoning can enable you to be more successful across school subjects and more comfortable in social situations. WHAT IT IS Your verbal reasoning refers to how comfortably you draw inferences based on what you read or hear, wit... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Reasoning

Following a recipe is an enjoyable activity to practice math, problem solving and following directions. How to Apply It! 1) Choose a favorite recipe that is appropriate for your child's age, ability and interests. 2) Recipes can provide math practice with ... View More

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Mathematics Study Skills & Tools 21st Century Skills Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Organization Working Memory Abstract Reasoning
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