In this, part four of the series you will discover how a teacher used a simple process to take an average maths (yes, that’s how we say it in the UK, birthplace of the English language) student and turned him into an obsessive, creative and spectacular mathematician.
Due to recent changes in EU legislation I have to find a different way of dealing with tax. My solution is to move my courses onto another platform so they have to deal with the tax admin issue. The first two course have been moved over and to celebrate I have negotiated a £10 ($15) money off coupon for either … Read More
Imagine a situation where you spent most of your life being told either that you were slow and stupid or that your brain didn’t work properly and that you would never be normal. And then in a matter of an hour or so you were given a strategy that would make you a better scholar than any of those so … Read More
In this article I will show you a specific set of patterns I often use in training where I can get anyone to make positive connections between any content I give them and what they are there to learn. Let me be a little more specific I can say any random content and the student will make connections to why … Read More