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Math Doesn't Suck: How To Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind Or Breaking A Nail

Math Doesnt Suck How To Survive Middle


Author: Danica McKellar

The author is Danica McKellar and it was published sometime in 2008 by Plume. The book is 320 pages long. The child's book is 0.6"H x 8.9"L x 6"W and weighs close to 0.84 lbs, visit the hyperlink below.

From a well-known actress and math genius— a groundbreaking guide to mathematics for middle school girls, their parents, and educators As the math education crisis in this country continues to produce headlines, research continues to prove that it really is in middle school when math scores begin to drop— specifically for girls— in significant part on account utilizing the relentless social conditioning that tells girls they “ can't do” math, and that math is “ uncool. ” Young girls today need strong female role models to embrace the notion that it's okay to be smart— in fact, it's sexy to be smart! In this fun and accessible guide, Mc Kellar— dubbed a “ math superstar” by The New York Times— gives girls and their parents the tools they need to master the math ideas that confuse middle-schoolers most, including fractions, percentages, pre-algebra, and a lot more. In addition, borrowing from the style of today's teen magazines, it even consists of a Math Horoscope section, Math Personality Quizzes, and Real-Life Testimonials— ultimately revealing why math is easier and cooler than readers assume. The book features hip, real-world examples, step-by-step instruction, and engaging stories of Danica's own childhood struggles in math (and stardom ). It's Danica Mc Kellar's mission to become this role model, and demonstrate on a considerable scale that math doesn't suck.


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