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You canít learn math just by reading and listening. Much of math learning involves actively doing. It is important to do all of your math homework and assignments. In this way you will learn how to use formulas and procedures.

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Free teaching tip A class newsletter is an informal way to communicate with parents. Here are some of the many things you can include in a newsletter. ... Another free teaching tip It's important to build a rapport and trust with your students. A good way to do so is through personal storytelling. ...
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Free Study Tip I always read different articles every day. This improves my reading skills. I read passages from my text books. After that I read them again as practice.
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Student, 2009
Seattle, Washington, USA
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Another free Study Tip It is important to listen carefully during lectures. Have your notebook open so you can record important points.
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Harare, Zimbabwe
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Sometimes use a perfume (not too strong) and spray it while you are studying for a test. Then the day of your test, use that same perfume and you will remember what you studied! IT WORKS FOR ME AND MY FRIENDS!
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