Easy as PI Tutoring in Mathematics is a mathematics tutoring service located in the Clintonville, OH area.
Easy as PI Tutoring in Mathematics is a mathematics tutoring service operating to meet the needs of students in foundational math skills. We also offer limited assistance in various introductory college mathematics courses. Mon-Wed: meeting location is Whetstone Library (Clintonville) Thurs: meeting location is Orange Library (Delaware)
Mission: To provide affordable mathematics tutoring to Central Ohio.
There's even a homework assignment within this article!! 😂
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Goal for the new year....awareness and a willingness to embrace change.
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“If you don’t take care of food, shelter, clothing, transportation -- just basic needs in the 21st century -- then the burdens on students and their families become unmanageable,” Kanter said.
Is the state of Virginia on to something???
insidehighered.com Virginia may join the ranks of states that have made community colleges tuition-free this year, but the state is taking a different approach by providing grants for basic needs.
Let's start the new year with a new mindset!!
We need to redefine our idea of smart, successful, or genius – for ourselves as well as for our children.
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To unsung heroes...may we be more vocally thankful in the New Year
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Academics can never succeed without a strong foundation of "child." Social and emotional skills are vital to success at every level.
Yup, had to go there ;-) 🎄
For parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, or anyone else...
I am venturing away from math/education on this post, but still focusing on youth...perhaps even a way to strengthen your relationship with your child.
If you have a trans or nonbinary child, I suggest checking out this video. If you know someone who may have a trans or nonbinary child, I suggest sharing this link. If you are an ally to the LGBT+ youth community, I suggest checking out this video. You could be the reason a trans or nonbinary child has a more positive holiday experience. 💓
Thanks Aydian Dowling!
Rudolph goes down in History.....
Let's head into a new week with a goal to see true worth in others and help them see it in themselves. I also love telling people, especially my kids and students, what amazing problem solvers they are!
May this holiday and the year following be one where you are welcomed home, either with biological family or the family you have made. Welcome home.
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Yes, there are those students! 🤗
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Pride: when you help a student solve a problem and they say,
"Isn't it easier to solve it THIS way?"
And they are right!
Puberty is hard on everyone.
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Teachers, students, community, love. It is what makes the world a better place.
Wholesome School Moments (Touching) ❤️️ Touching video, showing acts of kindness from students and teachers toward each other. Enjoy!
It's interesting this competition in technology. I have worked with students who use Chromebooks and students who use iPads. By far my students prefer Chromebooks or Macs. Very few have enjoyed iPads/tablets for their school work. Some of the reasons stated were: no keyboard, inability to open tabs on the browser, they can't access many of the classroom items bc their school uses Google (docs, classroom, etc.)
I'm also going to say cost has been a huge factor...probably more of a factor than the article's indicated "mandated school testing" issue.
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"As caring adults, it is all of our responsibility to ensure no school — or other space where youth are required to be — ever feels so tormenting that violence feels like the only solution. So what can you do to help? Here are a few ways you can advocate, intervene, and educate."
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What are your thoughts on how the schools are handling personalized learning? And should we continue doing it? What are your technology parameters?
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"Unfortunately, the response from Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is to simply throw up her hands. Her only plan involves massive funding cuts to public education and abandoning our responsibility to help schools improve by pushing ideological private school voucher schemes."
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Sometimes a kid's gotta do what a kid's gotta do!
Happy Friday. Have a great weekend. Maybe try your hand at some doodling!
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Delay of the morning start bell.....
The biggest take-away I gleaned was that while yes, it is better for the health of the students, it causes huge logistical issues and should be determined at a district level, not a state level. What is your take?
educationdive.com A law delaying start times signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier this month has stoked local control debates but could lead other states to follow suit.
This is how we care for each other...
When this player's hijab started falling off to reveal her hair, her opponents gathered around to provide cover while she fixed it.
This is our mood today.
When one of us needs us:
We stop. We huddle up. We protect each other.
I love the soccer. I love women.
SMH Saturday 😁
If you see a blue pumpkin, now you will know what it means! Let's allow all children to enjoy this holiday!
“My son is 3-years-old and has autism. He is nonverbal. Last year houses waited for him to say TRICK OR TREAT in order for him to get a piece of candy and there I go explaining the situation for the next 5 blocks.
This year we will be trying the BLUE BUCKET to signify he has autism.
Please allow him (or any other person with a BLUE BUCKET) to enjoy this day. Don't worry I'll still say TRICK OR TREAT for him, I’ll get my mom candy tax later. 😁
This holiday is hard enough without any added stress. Thank you in advance. Get the BLUE BUCKET message out there for Autism Awareness this Halloween.” 💙🎃💙🎃💙🎃
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I am an educator and I am against bullying.
For those in the Columbus area or traveling to/from, you may be interested in these rather long term changes/closures.
Just leaving this here...
As parents and educators we want our children and students to become a contributing members of society. That does not always mean a college degree is required.
Some midweek humor!
"Stretched out on the pavement next to LJ was John Smith, a longtime teacher and the school’s newest assistant principal. The incredible educator didn’t hesitate for a moment before meeting LJ right where he was, dirt and all!"
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Who wouldn't want to be M&M twins with this guy????? Let's help our children be their true and wonderful selves! Keep it up, parents and children!
“This week is homecoming week for our school. Each day the kids have a theme to dress up to. Zachary is my little boy. He is in first grade and has Asperger’s and ADHD. He is one of the most compassionate people you will ever have the chance of meeting, but he tends to wear his heart on his sleeve.
Monday was superhero day. Zach woke up ready but a little apprehensive to wear his Flash costume. I assured him that everyone was dressing up and that he would have so much fun joining in. I also let him know that if at any point he felt uncomfortable, he could take it off and place it in his backpack.
Unfortunately, that happened within five minutes of being in class. A couple of his classmates pointed and laughed which caused Zach to breakdown. The very thing he feared most happened despite others being dressed up as well. Some of his friends attempted to reassure him but they were fighting a losing battle.
That evening I had several parents reach out to me to check on him. Their children came home concerned if he was okay because they knew how upset it made him. That night I asked Zach if he would still like to participate in homecoming week and he said, ‘Yes ma’am, let’s try again.’
So, we got to work on his costume for Tacky day. He woke up so excited and happy! He eagerly put it on and was ready to go. As soon as we pull up to the school, anxiety got the best of him. He became upset and took everything we worked so hard on off in fear of being laughed at again.
That evening I received a message from one of his classmates’ parents asking if her little boy could go as Zach’s twin for twin day the next day. I knew how much that would mean to Zach so without question I said, ‘Absolutely.’
A few more parents asked if Zach could be their child’s twin too. We decided all 5 kids would go as M&Ms and that we would meet for pictures before school. Wednesday came and it was time to meet. We pull in to find 20+ M&Ms of all ages and grades standing there waiting to see Zach. He was amazed!
‘Mama!! Do you see all of my friends!’
Some great friends/parents put the word out that Zach was going as an M&M and they all wanted to show up dressed the same in support of him. I was in shock!
THIS is what it’s all about. THIS is the world I want my children growing up in. It’s okay to be different. What’s ‘normal’ anyways? If everyone were the same, what a dull place it would be.
Teach your children to love one another. To help one another. To be there in support. The change we want in this world can only come from us and the legacies we leave. Make them good ones.” ♥️
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Easy as PI Tutoring in Mathematics is a mathematics tutoring service operating to meet the needs of students in foundational math skills in grades 1 through Algebra 1. Meeting location is Whetstone Library (Clintonville)
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