Math for keeps

Math for keeps

The $20,000 high school math that keeps engines running

The most important thing is to be happy! My whole approach is based on the assumption that most of us (both “math-minded” and “non-math-minded”) will become overwhelmed by math if we attempt to learn it with the limited practice available in the classroom. And not just the good kind of dissatisfaction that comes with learning, but a demoralizing kind that makes us feel incompetent. This isn’t right. All has the right to have a positive math experience. I want to give that to my students with my practice form, regardless of what they get in the classroom. So, although it may seem discouraging—especially for those of you whose brain’s timeline differs from your school’s—I hope the message I’m sending is encouraging overall. The students for whom I work are excellent. They work hard, they are enthusiastic, they arrive ready to learn, and they will master this material on their own timetable. My task, with the support of parents—we all work as a team—is to ensure that when this timetable differs from the school’s, as it does sometimes, they don’t feel defeated, that if their passion for learning wanes, they understand why and can recover. Taylor, Lacie

The math keeps haunting me

This is a new curriculum for which we have been working hard to accelerate teacher preparation so that we can continue to help our students dominate math whether they are in our center or at home.
The cost is the same, but students can attend from the comfort of their own homes. An internet connection is needed, and the tutor will meet with the student 2-3 times a week to work on the customized learning plan.
When previously completed units are added back to the lesson, I’d like to see more background or description. It would also be beneficial if teachers could comment on student habits, problems, and so forth. Overall, excellent work.
When previously completed units are added back to the lesson, I’d like to see more background or description. It would also be beneficial if teachers could comment on student habits, problems, and so forth. Overall, excellent work.
My daughter enjoys her teachers and the prizes she receives for completing assignments (candy, stickers). She is really looking forward to going. She is well ahead of her classmates in math and excels in her class.

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Parents of grade school children who are fighting the math demon and want to figure out what’s causing their challenges so they can create a solid and enduring math base. 3rd grade by Calculus in Austin and the surrounding areas.
If you know someone who is having difficulty with math, please refer them to me! When you think you need a math mentor, Math For Keeps is what you need. I show you how to PRACTICE math, which is a HUGE help. Even though a little bit of practice goes a long way in math, most classroom and tutoring methods fail to provide math practice. Which is a relief to learn because if you’ve ever struggled with math, you’ve probably never been taught how to practice it the way I do. As a result, you’ll see tangible effects almost immediately. It’s incredibly rewarding to both experience and witness. To learn more, visit my website: http://www.mathforkids.com
There was a gap in my culture that I found wasn’t being filled. I began as a standard tutor for a variety of subjects and found a trend that was causing unnecessary pain in math. In short, the trend that causes the problem is the assumption that math can be presented, and that if the explanation/presentation is good enough, the student will be well on their way to math fluency. THIS IS NOT THE CASE. It is important to learn math. I can’t show you how to play a Beethoven Sonata and expect you to be able to play it after hearing an eloquent enough description of what’s going on. Every layer of skills must be incorporated and mastered in order to achieve fluency. I couldn’t see how this phenomenon was being recognized, let alone how the resulting problem was being solved, so I took matters into my own hands! The outcome is Math For Keeps.

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Teachers have the greatest influence and, in the end, form the future of their students and society. That is why it is more critical than ever to keep the best math and science teachers in the classroom. When teachers are real masters of the subject matter and truly committed to the art of teaching, students are more likely to excel. This, of course, is contingent on teachers remaining in the classroom. We discovered that MA Master Teachers stayed in their classrooms at a far higher rate than other teachers.
MA Master Teachers have remained in the classroom twice as long as their peers who are not members of the MA group over a four-year period (2012–2016). In 2017, the attrition rate for experienced M.A. Master Teachers in New York City increased, falling to 3%, much lower than the national average teacher attrition rate for the same year.
M.A. teachers also remain in the schools with the greatest need. Teacher turnover has historically been particularly high in schools serving mainly students of color and students in poverty. It is also expensive to lose teachers and train new ones. An disproportionate percentage of MA teachers remained teaching at a high poverty school the following year among schools with student poverty levels above 60% in the 2015-16 academic year. Meaning, MA teachers maintain a consistent presence in schools where the best STEM teachers are most required.

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