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5 Ways to Become A Better Math Student

Ever heard the phrase “anyone can do math”? Well, anyone can do math, but it is more challenging for some students. For some people math comes natural, for others, it is seems to be a relentless task. All across the nation, math standards are being raised. Students are expected to do more and perform better. What if your child is struggling? There are a few ways to become a better math student.

1. Pay attention in class All too often, students fail to pay attention in class. Possibly, when a student first fails to understand a concept, he will shut down as he thinks there is no use. Encourage your child to continue to pay attention because many students have a difficult time understanding the beginning of a concept. If they will simply hang in and be persistent oftentimes it all comes together, and then the “light bulb comes on”.

2. Talk to your child’s teacher. As a teacher, I can assure you that we do not mind consulting with you. We do not take it personally when a student does not understand a lesson. Sometimes, simply knowing the parent is involved with the student will encourage the teacher to pay more attention to the learning style of the child. Also, as you talk to the teacher, ask the teacher if there is a way your child can get a copy of the notes, so that he can listen more in class, rather than trying to copy problems and listen at the same time.

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3. Have your child explain concepts to you. Even though he may not do a perfect job, he will learn from it. I can assure you that I learned a lot more about math as I taught it, than I ever did from sitting in a classroom. This simple strategy will engage the student’s mind, and transform him from a passive learner to an active one. Another advantage to this strategy is that as he talks aloud about the concept he will be better able to identify the gaps. And, as you listen and learn yourself, you will find that it is possible for you to help him fill in those gaps.

4. Peak your child’s interest in math. Help your child find practical uses for mathematics. Find television shows that encourage the use of mathematics. A great one is the CBS series Numb3rs. Incorporate mathematical strategies into your everyday life. Let your student help reconcile your bank statement; figure out how much money he can save in different savings plans; find the best values at the grocery store; calculate the amount a new video game (including tax) may cost and how much he would need to save each week to be able to purchase it; and finally point out every case in which math comes up in your life.

5. Hire a tutor. Sometimes a child needs one-on-one instruction. Even if a tutor explains a concept the exact same way as the student’s teacher, it makes a difference when the focus is completely on him, rather than divided among the other 30 or so students in the room. Your child will be much more willing to ask questions with a tutor (www.tutorfi.com/jackiebrown) and not be afraid to admit when he doesn’t understand. Be sure the tutor is able to incorporate the above strategies into each session. In today’s time, online tutoring is booming, a huge advantage to this is the neat and interesting ways math is learned over the internet. But, make sure the tutor is willing to stay in contact with you and discuss the needs of the child.

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