Education for our children has seen some major changes in 2020. You remember what it was like. In what seemed like an instant, every students’ world (and the worlds of their parents) got complicated as the pandemic caused so many changes. With school closures or throw-together virtual school solutions, parents and teachers were left scrambling … Continued
Are you worried about your kid hating math? So many parents stress about their child’s math education and feel unequipped to help. With most of the US adopting Common Core standards, this anxiety has only increased. Many parents feel like because they learned math differently, they can’t help support their child with Common Core learning. … Continued
Freaked out by common core math? Here’s how you can drop the fear and support your child: Just mention “common core math” to any parent of school-aged kids in the US and chances are you’ll hear a strong opinion. Parents often say things like: “Why is common core so confusing?” or “Shouldn’t finding the right … Continued
6 Strategies to Teach Growth Mindset What if there were a way to improve your child’s math abilities just by the way you praise them? As parents, the words we give to our children about themselves and their performance can be deeply influential in helping them develop a healthy mindset about their learning. So what … Continued
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