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From:
<jsperez@gate.net>
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Jun 01, 2001 at 19:26:31
Subject: Difficulty learning math
I am a parent of a 16 year-old boy. As a child he was able to conceptualize geometric configurations at a young age and thought very logically. As he progressed through elementary school he was unable to learn to memorize his timetables. He has continued on a downhill path with his math skills and I am sorry to have waited so long to look for a reason, beyond the one most frequently told to him and me, just lazy. I really think it is more than a simple flip answer of laziness. He began playing piano a few years ago, practices, and has made great improvement in his skill level. Finally, the question/s, if you haven't guessed. What can I do to help him learn his multiplication tables? How can I help improve his math grade in geometry? Is there an equivalent in math to what dyslexia is to reading? What strategy should I be taking with his teachers? Thank you. jsperez@gate.net
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