Most folks learn to multiply increasingly complex quantities gradually over time, starting with constants in elementary school, and eventually continuing on to polynomials in high school.

Mathematics is like a baby…Newborn –> Infant –> Toddler

I like how this blogger breaks down mathematics problems, step-by-step. The type of educator I will be is one that makes the material clear for not just one student, but for all of my students. Educators need to look beyond their paycheck and help those in need in their classrooms.

When educators simplify mathematics problems for students, students tend to appreciate the subject more.

Everyone learns differently.

Teachers have to teach in a way that every student can learn.

Students should always ask questions when they are unclear of a certain topic.

You learn something new every day.

Knowledge is one thing no one can ever take away from you.

“A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE ~ IT CONSUMES ITSELF TO LIGHT THE WAY FOR OTHERS.”

Like the quote.

Me too. Thank you.

Unlike Dhruv, don’t agree with that 100%. Something about the teacher being consumed doesn’t seem appealing.

Everyone has the right to their own opinion. I love the quote, that’s why I used it.

Yea teachers does have to teach in a way that everyone can learn without having trouble.

@shmail whats wrong with the quote? I like it 😀

Thank you.

I must agree everyone does learn differently and students should always ask questions especially when they do not know the answer. Like your quote!

Thank you!