Friday, June 29, 2012

Research byte: Rate or fluency measures of math measure abilities different from non-speeded math measures

Interesting study that suggests that math fluency is a unique ability in mathematics and simply examining measures of math rate or fluency are not good proxies for estimating general level of math skills (unspeeded math calculation or applied problems). Math fluency is important ability to measure and understand on its own. Click on image to enlarge

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