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Adding and subtracting one number between 10 and 19 and one number between 0 and 9. I know what it's like to be chronically tardy and unsuccessful in a class. That means using only research-based teaching methods and rejecting unproven fads. Are they useful for upper-grade students, too? The puzzle is a means to its own end, and we only later discover that our work is applicable. Students who are diagnosed with Dyscalculia have average to above-average intellectual functioning and a significant discrepancy between their math skills and their chronological-age-peer norms.

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