There are many characteristics that must be known to be a good Math parent.
* Let your children know They can succeed and avoid conveying negative attitudes toward math.Try to keep your comment positive. Praise whenever possible.
* Ask what your child did in math today.
* Be ready to talk with your children about math and to listen to what They’re saying. Even when you yourself don’t know how to solve a problem, asking a… Continue
Added by Amin Herwansyah on January 26, 2009 at 4:22am —
Two new resources added to the Teacher Toolbar
are listed here. And, if you don't have the Teacher Toolbar yet be sure to download it now
Math Moves U
is an engaging activity site for middle-grade level learners and older. Check out the fun baseball game!
If you haven't discovered Challenge Software's… Continue
Added by Ellen on November 16, 2008 at 12:02pm —
Check out the latest episode....(see above)
Added by Bobby on July 28, 2008 at 1:27pm —
Hey all! I finally figured out how to make a podcast. About time! I'm considering submitting it to iTunes. the name of the podcast is "The Teachers Life". Check it out and let me know what you think. There's even an online poll for you to take!!!!!!!!! I would love any suggestions on how to make it better. Thanks!
Added by Bobby on July 27, 2008 at 10:37pm —
Added by Ellen on May 11, 2008 at 5:30pm —
Not all people in USA earn fat salary cheques, there are many people in USA who fall in lower middle class. They also have duties and commitments towards their children education. The point is they have limitations in terms of money to be spend on children education, keeping their budget tight they have to manage everything. It is comfortable if their child is scoring good grades in school but the problem arises if their child is scoring poor grades and he/she needs tutoring. We, all know the… Continue
Added by Jasonrichmond on April 30, 2008 at 1:48am —
by Jenny Eather is an Australian website that covers Math curriculum Kindergarden through 6th grade. While it is intended to correspond with the Austrailian math levels, it mathces well with US math curriculum. Using a game format it allows students to practice skills they have learned in class, while receiving feedback on incorrect answers as well as tips and vocabulary. You can also link to Jenny's other sites A Maths Dictionary… Continue
Added by Beth Poss on March 25, 2008 at 12:55pm —
Get in the game and see the lastest CYBERCHASE "Movie-Style Trailer" on YouTube.
CYBERCHASE Math & Sports:
The CyberSquad is getting in the game – the stakes? – Cyberspace! In these brand new cyberadventures, Jackie, Matt, Inez, and Digit face an Olympic challenge, an ancient pyramid, a dance contest, and a game of ‘slugball.’ The squad finds… Continue
Added by Cyberchase Outreach on March 20, 2008 at 2:00pm —
Looking at the current educational trend there is a strong demand for tutors in the United States and UK, propelled in part by highly ambitious students aiming for admission into high profile courses and competitive colleges and by others who qualify for publicly funded tutoring because of No Child Left Behind. Some online, offshore companies already provide NCLB tutoring; others say they will apply to states soon.
The big question that arises here is can students learn this way? To me… Continue
Added by Jasonrichmond on March 18, 2008 at 10:42am —
There is a sudden surge in the demand of online tutoring in countries like USA and UK.
Online tutoring has gained unexpected popularity and the primary reason is the ever increasing usage of computers and Internet worldwide. Online tutoring works much the same way as the traditional one-on-one physical tutoring does.
With increased connection and data transfer speed students and tutors can now engage online at the same time as in a physical classroom. Using some advanced technology,… Continue
Added by Jasonrichmond on February 14, 2008 at 5:00am —