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Top 5 Strategies to Boost Algebra Readiness

Middle school and high school can be challenging, especially for students who are struggling with the foundational skills necessary for entry into algebra. Struggles in this area can cause students to feel insecure and frustrated, especially when more advanced math concepts are introduced. Without proper support and specialized instruction, some may stop applying themselves altogether.

 

Here are 5 strategies for identifying students who need extra assistance or a different instructional approach as they prepare for algebra, along with ways to keep them motivated as they move toward algebra readiness.

Each of these tips and tools is part of the new edition of TransMath, a comprehensive math intervention curriculum that targets middle and high school students who lack the foundational skills necessary for entry into algebra and are two or more years below grade level in math. The new Third Edition emphasizes fewer topics in greater depth while accelerating students to more advanced math, from number sense to rational numbers to understanding algebra.

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