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Four aspects of strategic change: Contributions to children's learning of multiplication
Journal of experimental psychology. General
This study reports a longitudinal investigation of French 2nd graders' acquisition of singledigit multiplication skill. Speed, accuracy, and strategy use were assessed 3 times within the year when children learned multiplication. The data showed that improvements in speed and accuracy that generally accompany learning can reflect at least 4 types of specific strategic changes: introduction of new strategies, increasing use of the most efficient existing strategies, more efficient execution ofdoi:10.1037//0096-34184.108.40.206 pmid:7897342 fatcat:dvnd7poervdrpbyfnramwublrm