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How to help kids learn better

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by vincitydaimo, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. vincitydaimo

    vincitydaimo New commenter

    Our plan is to get new interesting programs which could be easily used and enjoyable for kids. I have noticed such a program for students in grade K-5. We would like to try it for the batch of students with the lowest IQ as our aim is to bring them up to the level of others. If it works for them, it would definitely add a lot to all other batches. And finally, we wish we could eliminate the current system of division based on IQ.
    alyssastallent likes this.
  2. alyssastallent

    alyssastallent New commenter

    hmm, it's interesting method, I hope that you have success!

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