Not all high-school students enjoy learning mathematics, with their matriculation exams looming ahead. But this equation, too, can be solved
If your students are having a tough time with mathematics, you may have noticed that these students are divided into three distinct groups: Those who are falling behind but are motivated to improve; students who show lack of interest in math due to discipline or concentration problems; and students with relatively low cognitive skills compared to others.
Teaching a class in which students from all three groups learn together may be especially challenging, since each student requires an personalized pace, treatment, and learning tools. With the help of one of our advisors, who will come to the classroom on a regular basis and take an active part in the lesson, you will be able to not only spot the struggling students and assess their level, but also receive feedback on the teaching, along with a full supportive platform of guidance and tools that will enable teachers to bring their class up to the required level for the matriculation exams, and even beyond it. In addition to the advisors meeting the teachers at school, personal meetings with the students will be held, as well as a special meeting for the entire class at the Davidson Institute of Science Education in Rehovot.
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