Kids the world over struggle with math concepts no matter what grade they are in...Families need to find a balance for their children between math at school and at home.
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(PRWEB) August 27, 2014
Most students tend to have a rough time when it comes to math. Crucial concepts can be misunderstood or fundamental building blocks overlooked at a key point. Once those principles of math are missed, kids will find it increasingly difficult to understand math as they move forward in school.
The classroom is often challenging for students since it can be a stressful environment. Some kids may not learn at the same pace as others, causing them to fall behind. The best thing for parents and their children is to review lessons and concepts outside of the classroom through programs such as CTC Math.
“Because math concepts build upon each other, sometimes it’s necessary to go back and revise a particular concept before moving on to a new topic. By being able to review all lessons no matter what grade your kids are in, they get the chance (maybe for the first time ever) to finally understand math properly, which greatly lifts their confidence not just in math, but in themselves.” (For Parents: CTCmath, August 2014)
“Kids all over the world struggle with math concepts no matter what grade they are in,” explains Patrick Murray, founder and resident math whiz at CTC Math. “Families need to find a balance for their children between math at school and at home. By subsidizing their learning with online tutoring programs, kids can learn math at their own pace and in their own way. CTC Math is not aligned with the Common Core, so students can solve math problems in a way that works best for them.”
With over one thousand animated and narrated math lessons, kids can rewind and review areas where they struggle, unlike in the classroom. Students can sometimes be too shy to ask teachers to repeat or review concepts, but CTC Math has them able to go back and answer their own questions. Students can even print out summaries and worksheets if they prefer to solve problems with pencil and paper.
“It always hurts me to see our youth struggling with math due to a stressful classroom environment or miscomprehension of concepts. That is why I push so strongly for kids to participate in strong online math tutoring programs like CTC Math. Not only will they succeed in school, but they can transfer these skills throughout their educational career,” says Murray.
Patrick Murray is available for interviews. Contact Robin Nolan at McDavid Public Relations.