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Homeschool Math Assessment Options

When teaching children, it is important to regularly assess their skills to determine if the child understands the concepts being taught and practiced. As many math skills build on previous learning, any deficits will result in difficulty learning more complex concepts and procedures. Although school districts complete standardized testing to determine overall effectiveness of programs, […]

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How to Create a Systematic Review Plan for Long Term Skill Retention

Some children will learn material quickly and easily and retain the information for years without any systematic plan in place. Most children have the best long-term learning from quality instruction, practice, and periodic review. There is yet another group of children who can learn skills and information one day and soon forget the content learned […]

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Drawing of children hanging off of an A, B, and C, with the caption, the abc's of data collection: learn about antecedents, behavior, and consequences. learn with emily dot com

ABC Data: Record Antecedents, Behaviors, and Consequences

Some children exhibit┬áchallenging behaviors. These behaviors may not respond to typical discipline approaches. I agree with┬áDr. Ross Greene’s philosophy that children behave well if they can. Misbehavior is due to missing skills. In order to effectively treat the challenging behavior(s), one must first understand the factors influencing the behavior. ABC data will provide you with […]

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