Tips that A+ students use to get ahead…
Posted by: Brian Armstrong in: Math Homework Help
I ran across this little flash widget which gives a great perspective on trigonometry: Just playing with it helped me understand trig at a deeper level, and it didn’t even require any words. A handful of companies are working on bringing textbooks to the iPad. Wouldn’t it be cool if they were interactive like this? [...]
I had dinner with Robert Angarita (the founder of Cramster.com) and his wife the other night. If you haven’t heard of Cramster it’s definitely worth checking out. Their site does a great job of offering students homework help and the site is huge with over 120,000 active members. It’s a great alternative or complement to tutoring because instead [...]
There are 3 primary types of learners. Do you know which one you are? It’s worth identifying your own type and also the type of anyone you are trying to teach. For example, you may make little progress with an auditory learner by forcing them to write words over and over again, while quizzing them [...]
One of my biggest gripes about the school system in the United States is that it teaches children to “do their own work”. Sure, I understand the reason behind it. We don’t want kids copying off each other on the test and skipping out on learning! But is it possible we’ve gone too far? [...]
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