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#beginquote# I clearly remember each and every day spend at school. Rather than have me sit in class, bored, I received a "permanent library pass". As long as I had good grades, I and a few others , could leave class whenever we wanted and go read in the school's library. So instead of studying one approved history book, I would read several, all with different points of view, and differing opinions; which is exactly what you need to understand about history: there are a few facts, and a lot of interpretation. As for math, I was able to learn calculus and algebra at the same time. Calculus was easier to understand than algebra, and seemed far more useful (for physics), but in order to understand more calculus, I had to learn more algebra but I was motivated to do this. Becoming educated is a non-linear process. Children learn at different rates in different areas, and success in one area brings the confidence and motivation to succeed in others. If spatial reasoning is hard for a child, let them focus on verbal skills, until they are more ready for the spatial work. Some simply
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as well as other homework tasks and this is it! Some really do not study and obtain knowledge base. Now you can blame me for what I have said or support me! #endquote#
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