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Can Shanghai method help British kids learn math?

( Updated: 2016-07-15 10:53

St_George (Australia)

Repetition is good for young kids. I had the times tables drummed into me in primary school and never forgot them.

One of the problems with teaching today has political correctness at its roots: nobody can be told they failed at anything. In case poor little Johnny's sensitivity is offended.

Can Shanghai method help British kids learn math?

Chinese math teacher Jin Xiangjun gives lessons to the students in a primary school in Essex in the U.K. on March 17, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

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