Here you will see students as young as 4 and 5 years old doing algebra and "advanced" math, without ever knowing it's supposed to be hard.
You are invited to learn how to use this method...

Friday, May 4, 2012

Crewton Ramone Strikes Again! Jesse.

Here is a quick testimonial. 

Going from F to an hour a week.

Started in the 30's and worked our way up yo "C" the only way to do that is with a lot of "A's."   This story is quite common at the house of math because once you understand the concepts all they can do is change the numbers. This student is studying algebra, specifically quadratics. Turns out it's not hard.

I  always enjoy working with students who show marked improvement. Gives me a good reputation for math tutoring. I have to stress the student has to put in the time and effort, all I do it point the way. No one can do your push ups for you as they say. Especially in math.

I also enjoy the math enrichment students...the ones who come who already have good grades but just want to learn more or as the case may be they have an A but they are just going through the motions--they don't actually understand what the are doing.  You'd be surprised how much this goes on. Lots of students sport an A but have no idea what they are doing or how it applies and memorize whatever it is just long enough to pass the test and then forget it again.

Here are some more testimonials if you are interested. The point is this system works. Mortensen Math is effective. If you are a teacher it will make you a better teacher because you get better tools to get the job done.  If you are a home schooler you can learn math right along side your kids, the question often comes up how do I teach algebra if I never "got" algebra. Well, now you can.

Between my blog and website the excuses have been removed. Used to be people would by a kit and then not know what to do because they needed training and we didn't have enough on video. This caused me to do 3 years of traveling...while there is nothing like face time and personal training in groups with all the stuff I have for free on the net and all the stuff you can get for 5 bucks with a password the days of inaction and excuses about not knowing what to do or where to start are over.

Get yourself a kit and get going...or dust off your old one and get crackin'.

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