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Topic: Math Teacher's Best Friend
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E. Stav

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Registered: 1/25/05
Math Teacher's Best Friend
Posted: Oct 29, 2004 11:42 PM
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The worst part of being a math teacher is all the tedious and boring
time wasted in preparing lessons, quizzes, tests, bell work, topic
practices etc..
Then having to write up the solution steps and marking schemes.
Then having to mark all those damn papers!
If you agree that it would be fabulous to minimize the work involved
in the above drudgery, then you should have a look at the great
website that I discovered recently.

www.TheMathWebSite.com

It generates everything I need in the classroom and gives me the time
to enjoy teaching my students. I also use it at home with my own
teenagers to give them extra practice on those tough high school math
topics.
And it's FREE.
Whoever wrote this website really deserves a medal!

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