Stanford Researchers Discover The Secret to Teaching Kids Math

 

Researchers at Stanford have developed a classroom strategy for teaching children the often baffling concepts surrounding negative numbers. They discovered through fMRI scans that our brains prefer to deal in symmetry, and they began developing classroom tools that emphasize symmetry.

One way to help students understand symmetry is via Geometry.  Please visit us on www.MathQED.com for help with geometry and many other K-college math classes.

Also, speaking of math and symmetry, here’s an interesting book on the topic:  Creating Symmetry: The Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns

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