It doesn't take an education professional to know that when it comes to learning, each person is unique.
You may have heard education experts, researchers or media outlets refer to mathematics curriculum in the United States as being "a mile wide and an inch deep."
Elementary and middle school grades are critical years for a student's math development, as it is during this time students learn the fundamentals so imperative for success in upper level math courses.
Calculus may well be one of the most challenging subjects a high school student will encounter.
Mid-fall is a critical time of the school year for high school students: they experience homework overload, are faced with demanding group projects, and must prepare for numerous quizzes and exams.
As parents, you know Geometry can be quite complex and sometimes your child can get lost when trying to remember terms like congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, and theorems, just to name a few.
While summer is typically a time for children to relax and enjoy time off from all-day learning, it's a good idea to take charge of your child's skills during this period.
For some students, math skills come easily, as do the aptitudes needed to be a successful math student: analyzing patterns, thinking logically and critically, and solving problems.
Just mention the word calculus and you might notice that your high school student will quickly want to change the subject.
Algebra is a challenging subject for many students.