News from Mathnasium of Albany-Berkeley
Mar 9, 2017
Having observed the learning behaviour of young children first hand, I'd say that it's because of this:
Simply put, the more someone fails at a particular task, the more likely they'll seek to avoid that task because they perceive the task as beyond the reach of their natural abilities. This behaviour has been observed not only in humans, but in animals as well; which is why elephants chained from birth can be restrained by flimsy ropes at adulthood. It's learned behaviour.
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Mathnasium of Albany-Berkeley Reviews
Sep 5 2017
For parents of 10th, 11th, and 12th graders... good article by Mathnasium. Read it here.
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Having observed the learning behaviour of young children first hand, I'd say that it's be...