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What Has Changed Recently With Mathematics?

Activities to Help a Student Struggling in Math Math has gained the reputation as being that subject in school that students are most afraid of. Math is difficult but can be learned, and the anxiety that comes with learning math is really needless. This anxiety has to be overcome in order for a student to focus on learning and improving on his math skills, and the tutor needs to help the student through it. But there is no need to delay tutoring in math just because a student is afraid of the subject. Regardless of what grade level the student is in, it is important to get a fair assessment of his math skill or ability. This is where tutoring should begin. Math is a sequential subject, you need to learn basic fractions first in order for you to understand simplifying or reducing fractions. Another skill often neglected but is vital in improving math skills is to align problems properly. This visual element in math will help the student solve math problems without using calculators. Simplifying fractions without using a calculator is made easier by writing them down in orderly alignment on paper. The importance of aligning numbers properly is especially true of adding and multiplying numbers. Your student needs to develop the discipline of lining numbers up in their correct column to make addition and multiplication a lot easier.
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If you follow these basic activities, you will be able to help your student improve his math skills greatly.
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It has been found to be helpful for a student who struggles in math to use paper that is not lined, or simply a blank sheet of white paper. It has been found that lines can distract s student’s attention from the numbers because his eyes naturally get attracted to the lines. If your student loses focus on the numbers, it makes it more difficult for him to learn his math skills and improve. Try using colored pens to mark step-by-step processes in solving math problems. Marking different steps with different colored markers in solving problems helps the student master the step-by-step process that many solutions are done with. He can pause at every step of the solution when he changes pen color, and his mind learns to adjust. Let the student repeat the process after you’ve demonstrated it. It is important to let him use the same colored markers for every step in order for his mind to retain the process better. It is important for the student to learn the step-by-step process slowly by repeating it several times. Lastly, it is important to focus on one skill at a time, do simple interest loans and GPA one day, and fractions on another day. Allow him to master the skills however small on at a time, to give him a boost of confidence.