When teaching, do you know your student’s background?

I want to make it absolutely clear that there is no guarantee you’ll be able to teach your child how to do math.

But there are certain things you can do to help.


Ask for your student to be assigned a teacher that is based in your home state, and that person has a long-term relationship with your student.


Ask your child’s teacher to work from home and give him or her a break every week.


Ask that your child is not allowed to play outside until he or she is at home with a teacher.


Use your child as a sounding board for all of your questions about your child.

The best way to learn about your kid is to work with them.

When I first started teaching in New Jersey, I asked my students to tell me their experiences.

When they didn’t, I would get frustrated.

I would look at my students, see how many questions they had answered, and say, “You’ve got to take some time to learn the right way to teach.”

But I learned.

I learned that the best way for students to learn is by doing it together.

My students, like most people, have been struggling for years to understand math.

They have difficulty understanding how to divide a number, or even what a square is.

They struggle to understand the concepts of the quadratic equation, and they struggle to work through problems.

They often struggle with complex concepts like adding and subtracting.

I want my students who are struggling with math to know that I am here to help them.

And I want them to know, when I’m frustrated with them, that I’m not going to take it out on them.

They can work on it, and I’m going to work on helping them.

When you ask your child to be a teacher, I also want you to make sure they know you care.

I know you’ll get your child into the right teacher.

You will also get your kid out of the right classroom, and you will get your kids out of that school.

When you are asked to teach, you should be there to teach.

You should feel the passion and responsibility to help your child succeed.

I can assure you that you will have the best teachers in the world, and the greatest students in the history of the world.

I am a parent and I am going to keep doing my best to support your child, your child will continue to learn, and your child can continue to excel.

The more I know about your career, the more I can make a difference in your life.

And, of course, I am confident in my ability to provide you with the best educational experience.

Please contact me at [email protected] for more information.