to think about the probability of certain events occurring require the use of spatial visualization skills. Are there any questions you want to ask your teacher? Shana Simpson, work:, email: Eli Blauser, work. For example: talk about how you use math at work or in the home involve children in tasks that require computing, measuring, estimating, building, following directions, problem solving and reasoning look for activities that require children to use their math skills such as building scale. What did you try that did not work? You may want to help children go over incorrect or incomplete work and talk about how the work could be improved. Teach the material to suit the students way of learning. Encourage and expect children to get work done on time, to stay caught up, to get help in a timely manner, and to correct errors in work. Let's look at your notebook. How can you organize the information? Can you make a drawing (model) to explain your thinking?
Is there another possibility or strategy that would work? Do you see any patterns or relationships that will help solve this? How does the math in this problem relate to the mathematics in this unit? Doing More Math at Home Two important goals for all students are that 1) they learn to value mathematics and 2) they become confident in their ability to do mathematics. Have you solved similar problems that would help? Valda Gobin, homework Support Manager, work:, email: Homework Support Coordinator. It provides and opportunity for children to help clarify their thinking, to practice new skills, and to practice communicating mathematically. The material is taught poorly. Students can also use the supervised school library to do their homework or study in peace and quiet. Here are some questions you might try; notice that none of them can be answered with a simple "yes" or "no." By using these questions, and by referring to the notebook that students create and use in class, you will be building on in-class experiences.
Dawn Simpson, work:, email: Margarita Huston, work. How could you begin? Our homework program is designed to meet your childs individual academic needs. Help me understand this part. Motivate your child to participate actively in his or her education. Can the explanation be made clearer?