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I was fortunate this summer to teach a 6 week SAT prep course to a really fine group of hardworking students. It was an eye-opening experience and a little disturbing.
The math portion of the teaching went smoothly. All of the students were so well versed in their times tables, fractions and basic math that new concepts were easily absorbed. Certain tricky concepts like negative fractional...
It's very important that students rest over the summer after agonies of Final Exams, Regents, test prep and all the anxieties that attach to the end of the school year. But it is more important to attend to end of the year duties. Deciding what to do with
note books, left over term papers, exams, etc. It's good to set up some time with your child to review the year: to review mishaps, remember...
Recently, I had my students create their own posters with important data for their upcoming math exams. Memorizing formulas and theorems, remembering which quadrant has a negative tangent, etc., can be a serious chore for most students. But if the student's
bedroom can host a few posters (11 x 14 inches) with the pertinent data, memorization is greatly enhanced.
Large (2 inch high) letters...