How I Made 21 Math Musings Videos in 21 Days
These are just musings from my experience as a mum to my children and a teacher to my students.
Most of the videos were taken late after my night classes with no touch-ups (hence my droopy eyelids in some of the videos) and over a period of 3 weeks. They were all far from perfect, but it gave me a great sense of achievement of doing something far from what I had imagined I could do.
But that’s what I learned as well… that being imperfect is OK as long as we take the first step towards wanting to do better and at the same time enjoy learning from the experience. From there, we continue to learn and improve until we become good at it one day.
As you can see, the first few videos were not well done; I spoke cautiously and consciously, but as I kept making more videos, I started to gain more confidence in speaking.
Students and Parents, the same applies to Math. The first step is always the hardest. But you should not give up there. Continue practicing, even if you make mistakes, don’t give up.
With perseverance, hard work and my guidance, Students, you will get there one day..even if you are not there now.
Note : Of the 21 videos, here is a selection of 14 which made it for Math Musings.
Video Blog #1 – 5 Steps To Effective Problem-Solving Skills In Math
Video Blog #2 – Why I Don’t Scold My Students When They Make Mistakes
Video Blog #3 – Carol Dweck’s Growth Mindset Concept Helped To Differentiate My Teaching Approach
Video Blog #4 – Why Do Students Do Badly In Math
Video Blog #5 – The 4 Things That Parents Find Out Too Late In Math.
Video Blog #6 – 5 Minutes Per Math Question Everyday
Video Blog #7 – What To Do After Failing Math In Primary 5
Video Blog #8 – Why Making Mistakes Is Valuable For Learning Math
Video Blog #9 – The Fastest Way For Busy Parents to Learn Math Is To Learn From Me
Video Blog #10 – How To Maximise Your Child’s Potential In Math Even If He Drags His Feet At Home
Video Blog #11 – They Say Tuition Classes Are Expensive
Video Blog #12 – What If The Math Classes Don’t Work
Video Blog #13 – Math Tuition For Students Who Are Already Good
Video Blog #14 – How My Students Achieved The Results They Wanted