In my experience, I’ve found that Math often plays a bigger role than we realize in the overall confidence of students, especially for students who get grades that are below a B.
I know this because I’ve seen significant personality transformations in my own students as they start to develop confidence in Math. For example, they usually become more outgoing, funny, and just more comfortable in their own skin as their grade improves.
In other words, Math is not just Math for these students, it’s something that has the power to dictate how they feel about themselves.
While many students do desire to do well in Math, what often gets in the way of their success are deep emotional blocks that do not necessarily get resolved with a bit of extra Math help and tutoring - such as self consciousness, intimidation, or the belief that their efforts will not produce results.
To help students develop confidence through Math, I've put together a course that improves their study habits, strengthens their Mathematical abilities, and builds their motivation and confidence in the subject.
I present to you the Math Confidence Course...