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Berg, Derek H.; Hutchinson, Nancy L. – Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal, 2010
This study investigated whether processing speed, short-term memory, and working memory accounted for the differential mental addition fluency between children typically achieving in arithmetic (TA) and children at-risk for failure in arithmetic (AR). Further, we drew attention to fluency differences in simple (e.g., 5 + 3) and complex (e.g., 16 +…
Descriptors: Mental Computation, Short Term Memory, Cognitive Processes, Arithmetic
Hinton, Vanessa; Stroizer, Shaunita; Flores, Margaret – Investigations in Mathematics Learning, 2015
Number sense is one's ability to understand what numbers mean, perform mental mathematics, and look at the world and make comparisons. Researchers show instruction that teaches children how to classify numbers, put numbers in sequence, conserve numbers effectively, and count builds their number sense skills. Targeted instruction that teaches…
Descriptors: Computation, Case Studies, Young Children, Mathematics Instruction