Math help to make sure you succeed in your challenging math course.
There are a lot of different ways to offer math help. The first and most important thing to remember is that the person who needs the help with math, is not just being stupid or lazy. There are a lot of people who are intimidated by math but who genuinely want to learn it.
Whether you are the person that needs the help with math, or the person who is asked for help with math, the key is patience. People learn in different ways and at different speeds. Understanding what the problem is will give you an idea of how to best approach it.
Some people look at the entire math problem at once. If you can take the problem apart one step at a time, and do not proceed until you are sure that each part is understood before going to the next, you will find success.
Others need to have visual clues to help them understand. You can use pictures or objects with stories to present the math problem to them. Step by step with your visual aides will go a long way in helping the person to figure out the math problem.
Don’t wait until you or they are so far behind that catching up would be virtually impossible. At the first math problem or premise that is not understood, that is where they will need to stop and get help before the lessons move on.
After school lessons from a teacher, extra help from a tutor and or a parent, are the best people to get math help from. You can also look for easy ways to help in books at the library, or on the Internet.
No math problem is beyond mastering, and no pupil is beyond teaching. Just remember to be patient and try to make it fun.