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Ways to Learn Math
By Barbara Bray    October 28, 2009 -- 01:07 PM

Math is beautiful. Anyway thatís what Iíve been told. When I was growing up, I understood numbers and practical math right away. I was able to add and subtract quickly. Times tables. No problem! You should see me count my cards in cribbage. I got some math like recognizing patterns everywhere.  Fibonacci Theory. Yes! I see it.

Then I was exposed to Algebra and abstract concepts. I just didnít get it. If only I had easy explanations like this:

What if we changed school so students taught each other math concepts and used the Internet to connect, share, and publish?

Categories: "Learning" "Support" "Algebra" "Concepts" "Understanding" "Math"

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