Anyway, it had been quite a fruitful discussion, as adults (parents and tutors) attacked this problem from many angles in a purposeful way. Many parties put in concerted effort and contributed in an engaged matter. It would be good if this type of rich discussion were enacted in our classrooms everyday among pupils and teachers, perhaps enabled by social technology. For then, pupils would deeply learn and perhaps would not be so stressed out, nor be needing so much extra external help. Private tutors could then move on to focus on value-added mentorship for 21st Century Learning, instead picking up the tab where school teachers have left off.
H02. Use a diagram / model
* Primary School Mathematics
* Lower Secondary Mathematics
* any precocious / gifted pupil who wants to learn
* any person of any age interested in creative problem solving