Maths Dictionary: For Teachers, Students & Parents
English | August 30, 2015 | ISBN: | ASIN: B014PN8II8 | 40 pages | PDF | 8.34 Mb
Just as without knowing the alphabet it is impossible to know the language, so, without fully understanding the words used in the subject of Maths, we cannot expect the learner to master the subject.
During the process of learning it is important to emphasise an understanding of the concepts of words. Words like “house”, “apple” are understood by the student. There is no need to memorise them. However, for words like “divisor”, “ascending”, “geometry”, the same clarity in understanding may not exist. This book helps to provide that clarity. It helps to build a strong foundation of the subject. It forms part of the resources needed by teachers, parents and students to put the child on the ladder of competence.
We believe every student has the potential to master a subject and to be good in all subjects, not in just one or two. Our series of books aims to build a strong foundation of the subject for the learner.
It is the duty of teachers and parents to provide the tools, guidance and an environment that enables children to reach their full potential.
If you wish for the child to become an independent learner and excel in Maths, then this book belongs in your special tool-kit.
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