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Remedial teachers hold meetings regularly to evaluate the effectiveness of work and gather opinions for refinement. Testing, diagnosis, and remedial work in arithmetic.

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Work Equivalency Credits; Teaching Methods: Remedial Mathematics. Participants examine diagnostic information on mathematics difficulties and strategies for systematic intervention and remediation.

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BRUECKNER, L. "Certain Arithmetic Abilities of Second-Grade Pupils," Elementary School Journal, XXVII (February, ), An investigation of the effectiveness of the teaching of arithmetic in Grades II A and II B.

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DIAGNOSTIC ALGEBRA TESTS AND REMEDIAL MEASURES THOMAS M. DEAM Decatur High School, Decatur, Illinois No credit was given for the work in the study classes, these classes merely providing opportunities to teach the fundamentals of arithmetic.

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