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Why do I have to teach values ​​in addition to teaching math?

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It takes courage to teach values… In a post a while ago I talked about the importance of education in values ​​and explained the ​​that consider essential for education in the schools of the century. Today I intend to reflect on why, what and how to teach values.

Even today many teachers are fearful and hesitate to teach values, they feel that their only job is to educate students, that is, teaching contents of different subjects that make the curriculum: mathematics, physics, literature … They think values ​​education is the sole responsibility of families, which are part of the private sphere of individuals. Continue reading

What to Do When Your Child Struggles With Math

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Struggles With Math

Math isn’t necessarily fun if you aren’t wired to enjoy it. Some people are math oriented and succeed in the subject quite easily. For other people, though, it can be an uphill battle. If you have a child that is struggling in math, this can be a challenge too. It may seem like there are no practical applications for some more advanced math, like algebra, but it is important for your child to understand the basic concepts nonetheless. Math is a critical tool and it will allow your child to think more logically. All in all, math may make your child more well balanced later in life. Here are some things that you can do if your child struggles with math. Continue reading