Analyze the multifaceted issue of how American students struggle with multiplication tables and why educators should pay particular attention to student experiences while learning them. Use both the Sousa and Kogelman & Warren texts to articulate and support your position and experiences.
If you teach, or plan to teach, at the high school or college level, how do student experiences with multiplication table learning impact students at this level?
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Multiplication Tables are access skills, which means that they are minimum basic skills which are necessary to adequately solve higher level math problems and/or functions. With that said, there are far too many students who are not proficient in times tables, which makes the progression to higher level ...
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