The trouble with teaching mathematics is that each concept builds onto the next. Addition leads into multiplication, algebra leads into calculus. While many students can learn new units one at a time, they can still get tripped up when putting all of the concepts together, whether confusing their order of operations or forgetting the rules of older lessons. One way tutors can take a more active approach to their math lessons is to bring in realia and use them to…Read More
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You’ve got the grades, the test scores, and the extracurricular activities. You know where you want to apply to college and have a pretty good idea about a major. Then, at the end of junior year, you realize that you don’t know who will write your letter of recommendation. Or you’re finishing applying to your dream school with only a few days left to spare when you suddenly realize that they require an essay.
Don’t let this be you. The pesky details…Read More
Do you know how long it takes to create a computer game like Flappy Bird? Would you believe us if we told you it only takes an hour?
Sure, computer programming has levels of mastery, but you don’t need to be a pro to get started. Anyone can learn how to code, and that’s why you should sign up for the Hour of Code Week starting next Monday, December 8th.
Hour of Code Week happens once a…Read More