How can I help my child with math?

Every parent has asked this question at least once. After all, more than half of all students find math including go math grade 2 difficult. Students don’t understand the school explanation, and parents have to help with their homework. But how to explain math to a child in a way that he understands? We have […]

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How to Detect Dyslexia in a Child

The main signs of dyslexia in a child that will help to diagnose the condition at an early stage Dyslexia is a selective impairment in the ability to master reading skills while maintaining overall learning ability. It can be determined by math dyslexia quiz. Most people with dyslexia show up to 10 of these signs […]

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SINGAPORE’S METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS

Even humanities students need mathematics exclusively. Singapore was so concerned about choosing an effective method of teaching the subject that it ended up developing its own unique system — salutatorian. Despite the fact that methodological materials on Singapore mathematics have been translated into dozens of languages, including Russian, a few countries have agreed to become […]

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About cognates

Cognate are more than 25,000 frequently used English words that are unmistakably understood by Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian and Catalan speakers, among others. Cognate is found not only in isolation but also forming thousands of Cognate Collocations and even fully comprehensible statements thanks to a common Subject-Verb-Object Cognate Syntax. This site promotes the use […]

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Math magician

A mathemagician is a mathematician who is also a magician. The term “mathemagic” is believed to have been introduced by Royal Vale Heath with his 1933 book “Mathemagic” The name “mathemagician” was probably first applied to Martin Gardner, but has since been used to describe many mathematician/magicians, including Arthur T. Benjamin, Persi Diaconis, and Colm Mulcahy. Diaconis has suggested that the reason so many mathematicians are magicians is that “inventing a magic trick […]

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Singapore math

One of the peculiarities of Singapore math is that there is no difference between foreign and French students. Both are the same – entrance exams, diplomas upon graduation, the amount of registration fees. In France there are state educational institutions, where most of the expenses – 10,000 euros a year – are paid by the […]

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Linking verbs list

Linking verbs list out in led to a significant reduction in the level of training of school and university graduates. As a basis for comparison, naturally, the Soviet system of education, deservedly recognized by many specialists as one of the best in the world, was adopted. The organizational measures taken in recent years, aimed at […]

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Clean past tense

The act on replacement of habitual final school Clean past tense examinations by uniform state examinations has come in the beginning of 21 centuries in Russia. Only nine years later this program was put into practice. Throughout this period there were heated debates about how effective this program is. This innovation even today has its […]

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