Do they really understand basic Maths? Are they using these key skills to get good results at school? Your child can change the way they do Maths – so that they not only understand it and can do it, but start getting better results more consistently.
The key to getting better results in Maths isn’t just repetition and being shown how to do it. It’s having good basic skills. Having good basic skills will give your child the foundation and confidence to try harder Maths – and feel less stressed about tests. Yet without basic skills, your child will need to rely on their calculator and will get to a point where they don’t know how to use it for more difficult Maths.
So how does your child move ahead? How can they get a better education in Maths without just being shown how to do it – without the understanding?
The Mathematics Workshop uses age-old methods
The focus in my teaching is on making sure my students can do basic Maths. Basic Maths hasn’t really changed over the years. It’s easy to learn and builds confidence quickly and is the critical foundation for being able to do more advanced Maths.
Imagine your child being confident with Maths at school – doing well in tests and getting great results. It can happen even if they don’t think it can.
Frankston Sth, Vic
What makes The Mathematics Workshop different?
The two things that separate the work of The Mathematics Workshop from other tutors site is learning with understanding and not just being shown how to do it, and going back to the basics when needed.
Whether your child is in year 5 or doing VCE, they’ll gain a true understanding of Maths and will be able to approach Maths without feeling like they have to be an expert at it. It’s a system that will engage your child in the learning process so they’ll understand it and then be able to do it on their own.
I’ve worked for other tutoring companies and been frustrated because they only focused on showing students how to do it, but not giving them the understanding.
Is your child making these mistakes in Maths?
These mistakes make Maths more difficult to understand and do. If your child is struggling with Maths they are probably making these mistakes. Most of the students I’ve tutored were making these same mistakes and once they stopped making them, Maths became easier to do.
In this report you’ll learn the precise steps your child needs to take to start the process of getting better results at school.
This report will give your child a couple of simple changes they can make to the way they do Maths. Most importantly in will put a sense of order into the way they do Maths.
I recommend you read it and if necessary, help your child to implement the changes it suggests.