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Tips to Solve Mathematics Problems

After  discussing the following concepts, Do’s and Dont’s in Math Class, Preparing for Mathematics Learning. Two days back i have got a text to my breathmath official WhatsApp asking to write an article headed "Tips to solve mathematics problems". I'm happy that people are convinced by the ideas i have given. Before giving to the tips to solve mathematics problems… Continue reading Tips to Solve Mathematics Problems

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Study Holidays – Breath Math

Syllabus used to be finished nearly a month before the exam and then study holidays will be given for students to prepare well in their own way for exam. Normally study holidays meant for 15 days or less. We know that, To get good grades it is necessary to have Proper study schedule. But if suppose you fail… Continue reading Study Holidays – Breath Math

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Study Holidays

Syllabus used to be finished nearly a month before the exam and then study holidays will be given for students to prepare well in their own way for exam. Normally study holidays meant for 15 days or less. We know that, To get good grades it is necessary to have Proper study schedule. But if suppose you fail… Continue reading Study Holidays

Preparing for Mathematics Learning
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Preparing for Mathematics Learning

As mathematics problem has number of ways to find the solution but answer used to be the same irrespective of the way you have chosen to find out the answer. There are number of ways of learning or practicing mathematics. Usually there are four categories of students who are learning mathematics. First is students who… Continue reading Preparing for Mathematics Learning

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You can't teach people everything they need to know.

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convinced

As the school year begins, it is fitting and timely to call attention to an educational visionary and provocative thinker who recently passed away. For over a half century Seymour Papert led the call for schools to empower students to have greater control over their learning.

Seymour Aubrey Papert (February 29, 1928 – July 31, 2016) was a South African-born American mathematician, computer scientist, and educator, who spent most of his career teaching and researching at MIT.[1] He was one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence, and of the constructionist movement in education. He was co-inventor, with Wally Feurzeig, of the Logo programming language. (Wikipedia)

In the early 70s, long before laptops or even desktop computers,  Papert saw the enormous potential and power of young people freely exploring and learning from and with this powerful new technology.

Beyond his advocacy for the integration of technology in…

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educational psychology, learning, Mathematics, motivational, teaching

You can’t teach people everything they need to know.

Awesome post

SCHOOL21C

convinced

As the school year begins, it is fitting and timely to call attention to an educational visionary and provocative thinker who recently passed away. For over a half century Seymour Papert led the call for schools to empower students to have greater control over their learning.

Seymour Aubrey Papert (February 29, 1928 – July 31, 2016) was a South African-born American mathematician, computer scientist, and educator, who spent most of his career teaching and researching at MIT.[1] He was one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence, and of the constructionist movement in education. He was co-inventor, with Wally Feurzeig, of the Logo programming language. (Wikipedia)

In the early 70s, long before laptops or even desktop computers,  Papert saw the enormous potential and power of young people freely exploring and learning from and with this powerful new technology.

Beyond his advocacy for the integration of technology in…

View original post 173 more words

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School v/s Stress!

High school is a schooling after primary school and before higher education. In elementary school there used to be much leisure hours, lots of free time and you were handled by teachers who always considered you as a child. Whereas in high school, you will never be considered as a child, you have be firm… Continue reading School v/s Stress!