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Math + Videos = Success

Another school year has begun, and now we are four weeks in.  This means new material for students and, quite possibly, forgotten mathematics by parents.  Yes, dividing rational numbers, solving proportions, using dimensional analysis, and different types of sampling methods may not only be difficult for 7th and 8th graders, but also their parents.

 

“Oh if only there were a way to understand these without studying my textbook for 30-60 minutes”.

 

I’m here to tell you there is!  Yes, even after having a large lunch and the sun hit your desk just right to make you fall asleep, you can get back on track in 5-15 minutes!  Achieving this is as simple as watching a short video created specifically for your Freeman mathematics class.

 

Last year I worked hard to get many videos placed online for students to learn, relearn, or review lessons or specific sections from the classes I teach.  Throughout this year I will be placing these videos, and new videos from this year, on the Canvas courses in which students are enrolled.

 

These videos are meant to supplement and enhance student learning in the courses I teach.  Parents are encouraged to watch these videos with their students, or on their own, to aide their children’s learning.


If there is any video that you would like put up, please email me at marshall.payer@freemanschools.net and I would be glad to make a short video.  This could be a concept that is not easily understood, a whole section or chapter from the class, or a specific problem that would be helpful to go over.

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