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Leave your comments, questions, ideas for these course participants! ![Videos 9-12][1] [
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4mJYWw7GoA][2] Mellany F.: I want math to be really approachable - a part of our daily life. So it's not just math in the book, it's math everywhere - math that helps them solve their problems. How do you make more complicated math and its techniques approachable? How to do math approachable within different learning styles? [
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkCaADe-130][3] Sally C.: My dream is to watch my son become comfortable and confident, to see math as a tool and a puzzle, rather than a frustration. I want very much to work with my son without him getting frustrated, to keep him happy, to have a postivite experience! [
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdAZfi7ri9s][4] Taryn: I want to make fractals. Alyssa: I want to learn algebra. I think formulas are interesting. Dianne: You need math everywhere in life. Andy: In math, I want to focus on the "Why?" and not as much on the "How?" Maybe we can make up some games for our math! [
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5KQqBmbkRE][5] Hong L.: We have no intention to push our seven-year-old, but we certainly don't want to hold him back. Because he loves math! If I read "The Magic of Numbers," a non-major college book, and adapt it for him, he can do it. He occasionally asks, "Dad, can you buy me a calculus book?" How can we help him with that level of math? He really wants to do it! [1]: /storage/temp/72-mpsmooc13_videos9-12.jpg [2]:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdAZfi7ri9s [5]:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5KQqBmbkRE

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