...I love math and try to pass that along to my students. In my Master's program, I focused my research on how we learn math (and how it should be taught). I try to foster a conceptual understanding of the material, rather than presenting steps to be memorized. Whenever possible, I try to present multiple approaches to a problem. (read more)
...For example: 3+2*3+8/2=?; What should we solve first, is it right to solve this problem from left to right, or need to consider some sort to particular order in this equation.
2.Fraction is leading students into different "Figure World". First of all, students need to solve basic addition, subt... (read more)
...The most important ability that can be acquired from any algebra course is the skill to take the knowledge, (formulas), learned and apply them to all problems, standard or modified, more complex problems; this is the capability to look at a problem from all sides and solve it the easiest way. Th... (read more)