Math-U-See has two mathematical intervention programs, AIM for Addition and Subtraction and AIM for Multiplication, that have been beneficial for so many families. Join us for a conversation about how these foundational skill sets affect student performance all the way to upper-level math and how you might take advantage of them during the holiday break. If you have a struggling math student, this will be a pivotal conversation for your student’s success.
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When we feel we are not adept at something, we avoid doing it. Avoidance in students looks like procrastination, frustration, shutting down, and even downright defiance when they are asked to do math. As parents, it is up to us to be the detectives who uncover the root causes of our students’ math struggles. This episode explains what the AIM interventions are, and how they can help your student be more mathematically successful.
We always tell our parents that diagnostics are the key. What follows are two diagnostic tools to help you determine if an AIM program would benefit your student:Checklist for AIM for Addition and Subtraction [PDF]
Checklist for AIM for Multiplication [PDF]
We have so much faith in this process that we have blogged about it often. Here are four blogs that would help you as you decide if an AIM intervention is the next right step for you:
Accelerated Individualized Mastery (AIM) for Addition and Subtraction Questions & Answers
When AIM for Addition and Subtraction is the Right Choice
You Have Purchased AIM for Addition and Subtraction–Now What?
12 Tips for Changing Ineffective Habits with AIM for Addition and Subtraction
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