Middle School Group Math (Grade 6 to 8)
We know that the learners in the middle schools are not the same as elementary and high as they need special kind of patience to teach and learn. We use the ice-break moments to listen to the need of the learner before coming out with a learning plan. Our case-based teaching methodology using copyrighted BBRRIICCSS Model is a proven method for improving students’ concepts and grades in math. Your child is taken through effective learning experience to improve lifelong learning.
How SmartLabz can help achieve better grades in Math
We believe that to master math you must have a clear understanding of the fundamental topics, which will encourage and enable you to solve complex problems. But, is that only that requires you to get better grades? Some of the tips we use to support you to get better grades in math are:
We have broken down the complexity of math for all grades into incremental difficulty levels. Learner is taken through these levels through proctored practicing along with our tutors with constant feedback to strengthen the concepts. This aimed approach of continuous improvement with constant feedback is aimed for only one thing “better grades”.
Imagine just solving a complex problem without knowing the fundamentals. We also believe that “if you can’t solve a problem, then there is easier problem you can solve: find it”. To learn fraction, you must learn whole numbers first. Our learner is assessed at their start of learning session, customized learning plan is developed for them to have graded learning. We walk them through the complex problems with simple steps.
Our well-prepared worksheets take you through the topics in math by step by step instruction from our tutors. We believe that the best way to achieve high level of confidence is to push learner brain to its limit to solve the problem with experienced support from our tutors.
We assess the understanding of the concept through exit assessments. Asking “do you understand?” is not an appropriate question for a middle learner. We believe that asking what they are supposed to do is the better way.