Math-U-See is a terrific program for students and an exemplary experience for parents who struggled mathematically. Join us as we talk about how Math-U-See can set both the student AND the parent up for success in upper-level mathematics.
Resources Mentioned in the Webinar
Math-U-See offers support, so if you have questions, try the following steps:
- Watch the videos again
- Read the lesson manual content
- Use the index
- Use the answer key and work the problem backwards
- If all those steps don’t produce results, then get in touch with us
Remember to tell yourself “We have come so far!” Celebrate the progress you have made!
Recognize that gaps change as we gain confidence – just because there are gaps doesn’t mean you have to replow ALL the ground you have covered. You may find that filling one gap allows several skills to fall in place behind it.
And lastly, remember – Don’t read other people’s highlight reels. Read YOUR Student.
Related Blog Posts
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How to Present a Math-U-See Lesson
How and When to Take a “Math Break”
We spoke about understanding what happens with mistakes in math, and we thought you would benefit from hearing from an exceptional math student.
The whole interview is terrific, but the relevant information about mathematical mistakes that we reference in the interview starts at about 18:50 into the video.
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