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What's the Best Way to Learn Math? 3 Strategies That Work

What's the Best Way to Learn Math? 3 Strategies That Work

Struggling with math assignments? Perhaps it's time to change your perspective. Here, Forest Hills, NY teacher Claire W. explains how to make the subject much easier to learn:   What's the trick to learning math? Before you begin, you must believe that you can do it. People often try to find shortcuts for learning math, since it is a set of associations that have been founded on pattern recognition, and it can be hard to catch up if you have gaps and holes at a foundational level. … Read More

What's the Best Way to Learn Math? 3 Strategies That Work
Struggling with math assignments? Perhaps it's time to change your perspective. Here, Forest Hills, NY teacher Claire W. explains how to make the subject much easier to learn:   What's the trick to learning math? Before you begin, you must believe that you can do it. People often try to find shortcuts for learning math, since it is a set of associations that have been founded on pattern recognition, and it can be hard to catch up if you have gaps and holes at a foundational level.
How Can Playing Math Games Help My Struggling Child?
Games make learning anything a much easier process. Rather than repetitive practice that can lead to complacency, using games to reinforce concepts will help keep things moving in the right direction. When learning new arithmetic concepts, for example, some simple math games can do wonders for retaining the information. With a few easy-to-find props, like dice and a deck of cards, math games are not only super simple, but fun! How to Get Started When using math games to explain core concepts
How to Avoid (and Check for) Plagiarism
With so many resources available today, the temptation to plagiarize can be strong for students. So how can you check your work to make sure you're not walking the line? Here are some tips from Fallbrook, CA tutor Sarah B.:   Copying and using the writing of others as one’s own – called plagiarism – used to be difficult, before modern computers. Today, digital text makes it easy. Copy and paste. Bingo. Perfect writing. Why not plagiarize instead of crafting original prose? Beca
A+ Tips: How to Write an Essay
Does your stomach drop every time you hear the words "writing assignment"? It is quite common for students to stress over writing papers, but once you learn more about how to write an essay, you will find that there is a method to the madness. Keep calm and get good grades, by following these six easy steps to writing an essay. Step One: Research Whatever you plan to write about, it is best to do your research before you start writing your essay. If your essay requires you to quote outside
Reconstructing Poetry: The Brick by Brick Approach
Are you interested in learning how to write poetry? A great exercise to try is taking an already-written piece, and deconstructing it. Below, Tucson tutor Lourdes C. explains the method...   If you're a word crafter and you've found your words growing thin and inadequate, maybe even trite and boring, try this original constructivist approach from an applied linguistics perspective to see if you can't get the impact back into your work and cure writer's block. The method operates o

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