|Jul15-07, 07:22 PM||#1|
as a disclaimer, i'm not sure if this is where i should be posting this...
i will be tutoring a kid (13 years old) in algebra soon, and i was wondering if there were any games or techniques that i can use with my student that have shown to work in the past with you, or others you know.
i haven't worked with him yet, so i don't know exactly what his learning style is right now, but if anyone has any general pointers or tips for me, i would be very grateful.
my main goals are for him to have a healthy understanding of math and have fun learning (or at least not dread) it.
|Jul16-07, 09:26 PM||#2|
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