Why do, even the most highly qualified math teachers, find it difficult to explain math to students?
Because they don’t remember how it was when they didn’t know. I, myself, do remember; and have consequently been successful when writing about this subject.
I think it because Math has such a diverse learning curve and the teacher no doubt may not be able to teach to all the varities of learning math.
Some student learn visually
Others learn mechanically
While many get it verbally
Others learn by a combination of the three.
If all the areas aren't worked into the learning techniques they won't get it.
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