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Latest Episodes

Ep85: To My Daddy from Your (not so)Little Girl

The message that every little girl wants to hear from her father: 1. Daddy, when we're apart, I miss you and I hope you miss me too. 2. Tell me I matter to you. 3. Tell me you're proud of me. Even when you think I know this, tell me anyway. 4. Re-affirm me that I'm worth it. 5. Daddy, be there for me.

4 MIN2018 JUN 17
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Ep85: To My Daddy from Your (not so)Little Girl

Why Do Girls Struggle With Math? - Podcast 84

A www.door2math.com production. In this video I talk about my experience with girls and math struggle. Girls tend to memorize math facts which leads to math success in the lower grades but math problems after 6th grade. Critical thinking skills and figuring things out is the long term path to success and I talk about how word problems can be used to change the mindset.

7 MIN2018 MAY 17
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Why Do Girls Struggle With Math? - Podcast 84

Math Milestones Before 6th Grade - Podcast 83

A www.door2math.com production. When we look at the math topics that need to be mastered by our 6th graders, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged - there are many different math topics and it’s difficult to tell which ones are essential and need to be mastered so our kids can continue to be successful with math after 6th grade. From working over 400+ families and with dozens of different types of math curricula, I believe all that clutter taught to our kids in this age group can be simplified to just four essentials. The first milestone set is adding and subtracting. This is the most basic number operation and it’s just manipulating numbers, that’s it. The second milestone set is multiplication and division. We can think of multiplication as just a quick way to add and division as just a quick way to subtract. So if we lump these two together, we can call these arithmetics operations. The combination of decimals, percentages and fractions is the third big milestone.This ...

5 MIN2018 MAY 12
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Math Milestones Before 6th Grade - Podcast 83

Know This One Thing When Preparing For Exams - Podcast 82

I have a tennis story and I hope you can gain some insights on test taking. I’ve been having a problem with consistency so my tennis coach offered to help. We did a couple of points and she said, why do you think you'll game is not consistent? I said when I do the forehand, sometimes it goes where I want to go and sometimes I shank it! So she said she wouldn't define consistency the way I define it! I'm thinking, great, what does it have to do with tennis? And what does this have to do with test taking? When it comes to test taking, many students think you have to know math to get good scores. Yes and no. Test taking has two parts, knowing the material and test taking skills. Just like test taking, consistency has two parts, a consistent stroke which I have, and the second part I didn't know is focus. My focus was poor. That's why I was shanking it. Back to test taking. Let's say you have $100 and you’re traveling and you go in through a weird toll house that needs to take 20%. Af...

6 MIN2018 MAY 5
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Know This One Thing When Preparing For Exams - Podcast 82

Can't Stop Yelling at Homework Time - Try THIS!! - Podcast 81

2:09:19 1986 French Open Ladies Final kevmcg Recommended for you 9:25 A simple way to break a bad habit | Judson Brewer TED 5M views 20:39 Listening to shame | Brené Brown TED 2.4M views 14:50 How To Get Kids To Listen Without Yelling Live On Purpose TV 87K views 13:30 Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds LifeHunters 6.8M views 8:54 The Valedictorian Speech that will change your life Neel Sharma 13M views 11:10 How to Score Over a 30 on the ACT! TIPS AND ADVICE Joi Wade 185K views 14:25 After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver TEDx Talks 18M views 11:50 How to Stop Back Talk and Get Kids to Listen Bill Corbett 226K views 27:02 Joel Osteen ( APRIL 25, 2018 ) | Depositing Good Things Paul Burley Recommended for you New 9:03 7 Reasons to NEVER Do a PhD agoncharov 91K views 27:00 Joel Osteen ( April 25, 2018 ) | NEW MESSAGE: Keep Your Crown Jess Mcdonald Recommended for you New 3:54 The Woman Who Left Oprah and Simon Cowell Speechless | The Oprah Winf...

5 MIN2018 APR 27
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Can't Stop Yelling at Homework Time - Try THIS!! - Podcast 81

Podcast 79 - Honor Your Childs Ideas

When it comes to math, or other topics that can be complex, a student may want to try things her way rather than the “right” way. For us parents, we have a natural tendency to stop our child right away and show her the “correct” way. In this podcast we discuss why it’s important to let the student try the problem her way and see where she’s right and wrong to help her develop critical thinking skills and to honor her ideas.

8 MIN2018 APR 11
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Podcast 79 - Honor Your Childs Ideas

Math Blindspots In Grade School - Podcast 77

Parents of 1st and 2nd grade students sometimes ask what are the things to watch out for when it comes math as kids go through the elementary grades. In this podcast we talk about the six things to watch out for: - adding on fingers - doing the multiplication table from the top down - trouble with fractions - trouble with percentages - bad grades in the 7-8th grade - messy backpack

9 MIN2018 APR 7
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Math Blindspots In Grade School - Podcast 77

Bad Attitude Towards Math - Podcast 76

When a child starts having a bad attitude towards math, this is a warning sign and a parent can intervene. In this podcast we talk about a 4 step process that a parent can use to help their child when they have a bad attitude towards math. The steps are: 1. Get the emotions on a piece of paper and crumble them. 2. Split up the work into smaller time chunks. 3. Celebrate every accomplishment. 4. Look for the milestone when a child says they want to do better.

14 MIN2018 APR 6
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Bad Attitude Towards Math - Podcast 76

How Parents Can Help Kids Untangle Math - Podcast 75

When kids have math struggle, there are several emotions and causes jumbled up in the distress. In this podcast we discuss what parents can do to to untangle the emotions and causes when kids come home with math distress.

8 MIN2018 APR 3
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How Parents Can Help Kids Untangle Math - Podcast 75

Dumping Math Fears On Our Kids - Podcast 74

When parents have fears about math, they can unintentionally dump them on their kids and continue the cycle. In this episode we talk about how to identify these fears and what can be done to prevent the parent from being a fear garbage truck.

9 MIN2018 MAR 30
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Dumping Math Fears On Our Kids - Podcast 74

Latest Episodes

Ep85: To My Daddy from Your (not so)Little Girl

The message that every little girl wants to hear from her father: 1. Daddy, when we're apart, I miss you and I hope you miss me too. 2. Tell me I matter to you. 3. Tell me you're proud of me. Even when you think I know this, tell me anyway. 4. Re-affirm me that I'm worth it. 5. Daddy, be there for me.

4 MIN2018 JUN 17
Comments
Ep85: To My Daddy from Your (not so)Little Girl

Why Do Girls Struggle With Math? - Podcast 84

A www.door2math.com production. In this video I talk about my experience with girls and math struggle. Girls tend to memorize math facts which leads to math success in the lower grades but math problems after 6th grade. Critical thinking skills and figuring things out is the long term path to success and I talk about how word problems can be used to change the mindset.

7 MIN2018 MAY 17
Comments
Why Do Girls Struggle With Math? - Podcast 84

Math Milestones Before 6th Grade - Podcast 83

A www.door2math.com production. When we look at the math topics that need to be mastered by our 6th graders, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged - there are many different math topics and it’s difficult to tell which ones are essential and need to be mastered so our kids can continue to be successful with math after 6th grade. From working over 400+ families and with dozens of different types of math curricula, I believe all that clutter taught to our kids in this age group can be simplified to just four essentials. The first milestone set is adding and subtracting. This is the most basic number operation and it’s just manipulating numbers, that’s it. The second milestone set is multiplication and division. We can think of multiplication as just a quick way to add and division as just a quick way to subtract. So if we lump these two together, we can call these arithmetics operations. The combination of decimals, percentages and fractions is the third big milestone.This ...

5 MIN2018 MAY 12
Comments
Math Milestones Before 6th Grade - Podcast 83

Know This One Thing When Preparing For Exams - Podcast 82

I have a tennis story and I hope you can gain some insights on test taking. I’ve been having a problem with consistency so my tennis coach offered to help. We did a couple of points and she said, why do you think you'll game is not consistent? I said when I do the forehand, sometimes it goes where I want to go and sometimes I shank it! So she said she wouldn't define consistency the way I define it! I'm thinking, great, what does it have to do with tennis? And what does this have to do with test taking? When it comes to test taking, many students think you have to know math to get good scores. Yes and no. Test taking has two parts, knowing the material and test taking skills. Just like test taking, consistency has two parts, a consistent stroke which I have, and the second part I didn't know is focus. My focus was poor. That's why I was shanking it. Back to test taking. Let's say you have $100 and you’re traveling and you go in through a weird toll house that needs to take 20%. Af...

6 MIN2018 MAY 5
Comments
Know This One Thing When Preparing For Exams - Podcast 82

Can't Stop Yelling at Homework Time - Try THIS!! - Podcast 81

2:09:19 1986 French Open Ladies Final kevmcg Recommended for you 9:25 A simple way to break a bad habit | Judson Brewer TED 5M views 20:39 Listening to shame | Brené Brown TED 2.4M views 14:50 How To Get Kids To Listen Without Yelling Live On Purpose TV 87K views 13:30 Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds LifeHunters 6.8M views 8:54 The Valedictorian Speech that will change your life Neel Sharma 13M views 11:10 How to Score Over a 30 on the ACT! TIPS AND ADVICE Joi Wade 185K views 14:25 After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver TEDx Talks 18M views 11:50 How to Stop Back Talk and Get Kids to Listen Bill Corbett 226K views 27:02 Joel Osteen ( APRIL 25, 2018 ) | Depositing Good Things Paul Burley Recommended for you New 9:03 7 Reasons to NEVER Do a PhD agoncharov 91K views 27:00 Joel Osteen ( April 25, 2018 ) | NEW MESSAGE: Keep Your Crown Jess Mcdonald Recommended for you New 3:54 The Woman Who Left Oprah and Simon Cowell Speechless | The Oprah Winf...

5 MIN2018 APR 27
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Can't Stop Yelling at Homework Time - Try THIS!! - Podcast 81

Podcast 79 - Honor Your Childs Ideas

When it comes to math, or other topics that can be complex, a student may want to try things her way rather than the “right” way. For us parents, we have a natural tendency to stop our child right away and show her the “correct” way. In this podcast we discuss why it’s important to let the student try the problem her way and see where she’s right and wrong to help her develop critical thinking skills and to honor her ideas.

8 MIN2018 APR 11
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Podcast 79 - Honor Your Childs Ideas

Math Blindspots In Grade School - Podcast 77

Parents of 1st and 2nd grade students sometimes ask what are the things to watch out for when it comes math as kids go through the elementary grades. In this podcast we talk about the six things to watch out for: - adding on fingers - doing the multiplication table from the top down - trouble with fractions - trouble with percentages - bad grades in the 7-8th grade - messy backpack

9 MIN2018 APR 7
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Math Blindspots In Grade School - Podcast 77

Bad Attitude Towards Math - Podcast 76

When a child starts having a bad attitude towards math, this is a warning sign and a parent can intervene. In this podcast we talk about a 4 step process that a parent can use to help their child when they have a bad attitude towards math. The steps are: 1. Get the emotions on a piece of paper and crumble them. 2. Split up the work into smaller time chunks. 3. Celebrate every accomplishment. 4. Look for the milestone when a child says they want to do better.

14 MIN2018 APR 6
Comments
Bad Attitude Towards Math - Podcast 76

How Parents Can Help Kids Untangle Math - Podcast 75

When kids have math struggle, there are several emotions and causes jumbled up in the distress. In this podcast we discuss what parents can do to to untangle the emotions and causes when kids come home with math distress.

8 MIN2018 APR 3
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How Parents Can Help Kids Untangle Math - Podcast 75

Dumping Math Fears On Our Kids - Podcast 74

When parents have fears about math, they can unintentionally dump them on their kids and continue the cycle. In this episode we talk about how to identify these fears and what can be done to prevent the parent from being a fear garbage truck.

9 MIN2018 MAR 30
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Dumping Math Fears On Our Kids - Podcast 74