How It Works
To use this homeschool math curriculum, you need a computer with Adobe® Acrobat® Reader, a printer, and a TV with a DVD player, or a computer with a DVD-ROM. The instruction is done via DVD, and the printed material is printed on the computer's printer from the data CD.
In this way, you can use the system for all of your children without having to purchase any additional materials. When the last child is done with the system, it can be sold to another family. It is our goal to make these affordable to all home educators who want their children to understand mathematics and not just memorize a bunch of rules and tricks without understanding math as a system.
Our material comes in what we call "modules." Each module comes in a 3-ring binder and systematically develops a particular concept with its attending applications. A module is typically 15 to 45 lessons in length and contains from two to four DVDs. By making this curriculum available in short modules, it can be used to shore up weaknesses in individual concepts without buying an entire course. The modules can also be put together in a manner to supply an entire year's curriculum.
Paul’s approach to the teaching of math is very much like the approach used in phonics to teach reading. Teach the nature of numbers and the rules governing their use, and the student will be able to put these things together to solve problems, just as they put the sounds of the letters together to form words. If it is important to teach reading in a systematic manner, then why not teach math that way as well?
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