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Memorising a large repertoire of basic facts takes a significant cognitive load off the brain, allowing greater focus on the mathematics being explored. Neill outlines the benefits of having...
| Year published: 2008 | Publication type: Journal article | Publisher: NZCER Press | Content type: Set article
Analysing the pattern of incorrect answers to Assessment Resource Bank items is providing valuable diagnostic information. This can enable teachers to identify roadblocks to student understanding and...
| Year published: 2000 | Publication type: Journal article | Publisher: NZCER Press | Free Full text: set2000_1_040.pdf | Content type: Set article