Math. Some people love it. Some people hate it. But if you want to survive middle school, you’ll need to find your way through it. Why is there such a clear difference between people who like math and those who don’t?
Many astronomy students are faced with the reality of the depth of study once they enter the second chapter of the textbook. Students take the class thinking that it will be all constellations and stars, but don’t realise the true scientific theories presented in higher levels of the course.
When I score an essay, it often looks like someone killed a chicken on it. It’s covered with question marks, slashed phrases, circled errors, and marginal comments – all in bright red ink. I usually line out a quarter to a third of the verbiage.
Math can be difficult concept for children to learn. Although it is difficult to teach – try using these methods to tutor math that will make the lessons effective and enable understanding throughout the entirety of the math concepts.
I’m sure that you have been in this situation before: you’re doing some last minute studying for midterms, finals, or APs and you’re in your studying zone – music on, brain juices flowing – when your parents break down the door and tell you to “turn off that racket!”
This article addresses a question I am often asked by students and their parents. The answer (“both”) is simple, but deceptively so.
The NEA’s Member Benefits Corporation (NEA MB) has announced a new partnership with TeachAde that will provide the NEA’s 3.2 million members access to the nation’s leading online collaborative community designed by educators for educators.
States are making little or no progress in providing affordable college opportunities or improving college completion rates for their residents, says a report released today by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. The findings come as states face massive budget shortfalls that threaten higher-education funding, and the U.S. continues to lag behind other advanced nations on measures of higher-education performance.
Homework help can be a daunting experience, especially for those parents that have been out of school for years. Use these tips to make the process easier while helping your child to understand the concepts that have been taught that day at school.
Math Anxiety is a term coined by psychologists and refers to the fear of math that gets instilled in students at a very young age. This holds true for students that are public, private or homeschooled. For most of these students, this fear only increases with time and age and they dread math as they move to highschool and college level avoiding the subject as much as possible.