Ellen Yarbrough discusses teaching math with confidence.

With their emphasis on language and literature, classical schools often find mathematics to be their Achilles heel. Memorizing basic math facts is good, but do your students fully master the math tools that you teach? Have you heard your students say, “I can’t do math?” There is no child with an inability to be successful in mathematics. Discover how, by integrating language wiht math, we develop students with confidence, a stronger conceptual foundation on which to build, and the ability to communicate their knowledge and understanding of conceptual math more effectively. Every child can leave your classroom or your grammar school with the skills, concepts, and confidence to believe not only that they “can do math,” but that they can do math with excellence.

Ellen Yarborough

Ellen holds a B.A in education with a Mathematics minor from the University of Texas, San Antonio. She implemented the supplemental math program for Boerne ISD in 1992 and for the Geneva School of Boerne in 2007.

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