Math Education Concepts

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One woman’s struggle with math and her commitment to see it through…


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In my life I can gladly say that I have successes and celebrations to look back on fondly, because they demonstrate the effort, hard-work, commitment, passion and belief that I had to see something through to its finale and gain a reward or accomplishment. I have those awards to treasure and remind me that I possess some skills and qualities in life that are valuable and a credit to my judgement and sacrifice. 

Sadly though I can’t look on my life through rose-tinted glasses, and assume that I have done all I can do so far. My two biggest regrets that hang over my head in shame and haunt me constantly are a) Never being able to afford to pass my driving test and get a licence, and b) Never passing GCSE Mathematics.

Throughout my school life I was naturally creative and gave everything a go, I was average…

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Author: Math Education Concepts

I am a Co-founder of and Program Coordinator for Math Corps Philadelphia, a combined academic enrichment and mentoring program. I am the author of "Teacher Training Manual: Designed for Secondary Mathematics Teachers of African American Urban Students." I hold a Master of Education degree in Secondary Mathematics and have several years of experience teaching secondary and post-secondary mathematics.

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  1. When we take pride in the positive goals we accomplished it makes us continue to set goals and succeed in life when moving forward.


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