Master Maths and Science, one of the founding members of ADESSA, is addressing a special letter to all teachers.
Assisting learners that struggle to come to grips with Mathematics and Physical Science is our world; has been for the last 40+ years. This year we have seen the impact of the last two years on learners’ understanding or remembrance of basics concepts. This must be a nightmare for you as a teacher.
How can we help you?
A bit more info about us.
At Master Maths and Science we do not, and can not, attempt to replace the teacher. Our role is to support the teacher.
We will therefore not:
- do the learners’ homework
- insist that our method be used if the learner understands another method
- teach by rote
- offer quick-fix solutions (there is none)
Our aim is to develop independent and confident learners.
How do we achieve this?
Our system is developed by teachers to teach the subject content. The key player in our system is the tutor whose main role is to reinforce the teaching programme. The system allows the tutor to effectively assess students on a continuous basis.
- Good results in Mathematics and Physical Science are dependent on understanding and remembering what was learnt yesterday, last week, last month, last year, etc.
- Different learners learn and understand at different rates.
- Different learners require different approaches.
- We understand that teachers do not have the time to cater for the exception – you do your best to move the classroom along to finish the required work in the available time.
- We have the ability through our product and system to work with learners on an individual basis to fix problems, so that learners can understand their teacher in the classroom.
Master Maths and Science learners acquire a learning skill, improved understanding, and the ability to do deal with the subjects with confidence, making your task lighter and can contribute to the results you need.
If you feel your learners can benefit from our service, please refer them to the local Master Maths and Science centre. There is one in your area.
Visit our website for more information: www.mastermaths.co.za