Imagine a classroom where students “like” a Facebook group dedicated to microbiology, live-tweet their laboratory discoveries, post a step-by-step instruction video of their research project on YouTube and publish their results on a school blog. When it comes to meshing social media and education, the possibilities are endless.
This article addresses a question I am often asked by students and their parents. The answer (“both”) is simple, but deceptively so.
Teaching can be one of the most gratifying career choices – if you’re a teacher, you probably get a thrill out of helping a struggling student understand a difficult concept in any subject. But what do you do with your summer downtime?
Math contains some pretty difficult concepts for children to learn. Try using these methods to tutor math that will make the lessons effective and enable understanding throughout the entirety of the math concepts.
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.
As a 6th grade math teacher in a private school, I often discovered that my classes were a general blend of different public and private schools that either taught traditional Math or adopted newer and alternative forms of math instruction.
Your child’s education is important. Use the summer months when school is out to help improve your child’s skills, rather than give them a chance to fall further behind in their studies.