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School homework we all had to do it when we were young. But with every new generation comes a new debate. The debate now is whether or not kids should have homework. Some studies say homework does not improve learning while others say it does. Some parents say kids have way too much school homework and can not possibly get it all done. In today's fast paced society, with busy parents and busy students, should school homework be banned? Does homework help prepare our children to learn more in school? Does doing homework help improve retention? What about online homework help, should it be banned too? Whether you live in Atlanta or the surrounding area your voice matters. Tune in where you will hear the comments of parents,students, educators and YOU.
For many parents homework is the bane of their existence. The constant battles to get it done, the struggles with the school, the uncertainty about your child's success. It can be crazy-making! This week's guest, Roger Wilkerson of Homework Sanity, will give you valuable tools for partnering with your child to achieve greater harmony. He'll also take your questions via email during the show. Email him your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and he'll send you a Free PDF of his new book "The Homework Sanity System."
We will discuss strategies for solving word problems, literal equations in which we solve for one of a formula's variables, models, complex numbers and operations with complex numbers,and solving quadratic equations using the zero product principle, factoring, using the square root property, the quadratic formula and completing the square.
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Does your child struggle to complete homework? Do you feel that sometimes you're overbearing about it? This week find out Carol's tips to best support your child in their school work, true to their nature!
Resources that Carol mentions in this episode:
Tips from a Teacher
Profiling Twins video
Inner Child Healing Resources
Also search "Inner Child" on The Carol Blog for even more resources on this topic
6:04 Type 3/1 mom with an 11 year old son who doesn't finish homework.
11:28 Tips for finishing homework for every Type of child.
14:09 Type 2 mom asks "How do I help my 6 kids develop good habits?"
20:06 Introducing teachers to your child's Energy Type
23:43 Type 4/1 seven year old and anxiety over math
28:26 About profiling twins
30:06 Type 1 mom with a Type 1 five year old daughter -- clashing over homework
34:37 Type 1 mom in a family of all Type 4 energy. How to keep it light?
38:10 Type 1 mom -- what to do when you feel resistance to prolonged hugging and cuddling with your child?
Want to ask a question before the show? Send Carol an email: email@example.com
Purchase your copy of the "The Child Whisperer" at www.thechildwhisperer.com, where you will also find more resources on The Child Whisperer blog.
(Music provided by Nelson at the Helm, all rights reserved).
Working with exponential expressions using the seven exponential rules: product rule, quotient rule, power rule, power of a product rule, power of a quotient rule, zero exponent rule, negative exponent rule, and fractional exponents which gives us our radicals. The radicals result because the top , or numerator, of the fraction represents the exponent under the radical sign and the bottom, or denominator, of the fraction gives us the index. Long division and synthetic division will be discussed and reviewed.
Finding the greatest common factor, GCF; factor by grouping; factoring trinomials of the form x^2 + bx + c using a processed trial and error; factoring trinomials of the form ax^2 + bx + c using the a*c method; factoring using substitutions for almost quadratic expressions; and factoring specials products such as perfect square trinomails, the difference of two squares, and the sum and difference of two cubes.
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