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#185 - I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i… 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
#166 - im a physics major at university myself my problem is the …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
User avatar #167 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I thought so. So, tell me, were you taught the associative rules in the 3rd grade? Do you even remember them from that far back?
User avatar #185 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i was pretty gifted in math for my age at the time. I probably understood it, i just was never explicitly taught it at that time.

Do you think it shouldnt be taught as early as the third grade?
#161 - I agree for the most part. I think it would be better to j…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
User avatar #164 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You want to know why I'm filled with hatred about this whole thing? It'll flip your fuckin lid.











I'm a 4th grade math teacher.
User avatar #166 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
im a physics major at university myself
my problem is the overreaction that everyone has to the actual content itself
User avatar #167 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I thought so. So, tell me, were you taught the associative rules in the 3rd grade? Do you even remember them from that far back?
User avatar #185 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i was pretty gifted in math for my age at the time. I probably understood it, i just was never explicitly taught it at that time.

Do you think it shouldnt be taught as early as the third grade?
#55 - oh god you got me 12/19/2014 on An $8 million Monet... +6
#151 - yea it helps when the person explaining the concept actually u… 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
#149 - well, do you propose we make kids decide their occupations by …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
User avatar #155 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You really want to know? I propose that we reteach the teachers. We all know that everyone deserves a shot at life.

If kids decided their careers by the third grade, we'd have way too many firemen, baseball players, and astronauts, and no engineers to design the stuff.

The problem is that teachers are making the work far more difficult than it has to be for a third grader. You're proposing that third graders should automatically be taught the processes for trigonometry, calculus and physics? It's a simple math problem, why did it need to be made so difficult. 26+17=43 6+7=13, carry the 1, 2+2=4, 43. That's exactly how simple it is. Yet teachers feel the need to over exaggerate the fact that they have the ability to teach. Remember, those that can, do. Those that can't, teach.
User avatar #161 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree for the most part.
I think it would be better to just raise the bar for what it takes to be a teacher though.
and i wouldnt say they do it simply because they are teachers, they do it because the teachers themselves do not understand it well enough to teach in a more succinct manner.

also, all the people who flip about this stuff need to look at it like its similar to a word problem. its the application of a concept.

when people say things like "time for homeschool" in response to this it just shows that they themselves dont understand it. its akin to a calculus teacher teaching related rates. one of the most simple examples is an adjustable ladder sliding down a wall, but no one sees those homework problems and asks why the calculus teacher is teaching about ladders.

but i enjoy talking about this lol
User avatar #164 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You want to know why I'm filled with hatred about this whole thing? It'll flip your fuckin lid.











I'm a 4th grade math teacher.
User avatar #166 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
im a physics major at university myself
my problem is the overreaction that everyone has to the actual content itself
User avatar #167 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I thought so. So, tell me, were you taught the associative rules in the 3rd grade? Do you even remember them from that far back?
User avatar #185 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i was pretty gifted in math for my age at the time. I probably understood it, i just was never explicitly taught it at that time.

Do you think it shouldnt be taught as early as the third grade?
#143 - the point is not to teach addition, its to teach the associati…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/19/2014 on How progressive! 0
User avatar #145 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I know. I also know that I graduated from high school (where this shit stopped being relevant to most anyone) before these teachers were born.
User avatar #149 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
well, do you propose we make kids decide their occupations by the third grade so that the ones who arent going to become engineers dont have to waste their time?

the solution is to fill teaching positions with people capable of teaching the material properly, rather than shoving a poorly explained concept down kids throats
User avatar #155 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You really want to know? I propose that we reteach the teachers. We all know that everyone deserves a shot at life.

If kids decided their careers by the third grade, we'd have way too many firemen, baseball players, and astronauts, and no engineers to design the stuff.

The problem is that teachers are making the work far more difficult than it has to be for a third grader. You're proposing that third graders should automatically be taught the processes for trigonometry, calculus and physics? It's a simple math problem, why did it need to be made so difficult. 26+17=43 6+7=13, carry the 1, 2+2=4, 43. That's exactly how simple it is. Yet teachers feel the need to over exaggerate the fact that they have the ability to teach. Remember, those that can, do. Those that can't, teach.
User avatar #161 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree for the most part.
I think it would be better to just raise the bar for what it takes to be a teacher though.
and i wouldnt say they do it simply because they are teachers, they do it because the teachers themselves do not understand it well enough to teach in a more succinct manner.

also, all the people who flip about this stuff need to look at it like its similar to a word problem. its the application of a concept.

when people say things like "time for homeschool" in response to this it just shows that they themselves dont understand it. its akin to a calculus teacher teaching related rates. one of the most simple examples is an adjustable ladder sliding down a wall, but no one sees those homework problems and asks why the calculus teacher is teaching about ladders.

but i enjoy talking about this lol
User avatar #164 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You want to know why I'm filled with hatred about this whole thing? It'll flip your fuckin lid.











I'm a 4th grade math teacher.
User avatar #166 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
im a physics major at university myself
my problem is the overreaction that everyone has to the actual content itself
User avatar #167 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I thought so. So, tell me, were you taught the associative rules in the 3rd grade? Do you even remember them from that far back?
User avatar #185 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i was pretty gifted in math for my age at the time. I probably understood it, i just was never explicitly taught it at that time.

Do you think it shouldnt be taught as early as the third grade?
#138 - it makes perfect sense and it is how i do it in my head th…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/19/2014 on How progressive! +1
User avatar #142 - Kabutops (12/19/2014) [-]
honestly i understood your explanation more than the shit on the paper

i spent 5 minutes trying to figure out wtf they were trying to tell me to do lmao
User avatar #151 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
yea it helps when the person explaining the concept actually understands math to some degree
User avatar #140 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
This is how I do it in my head. 26+17=43. That's how 'old school' I really am.
User avatar #143 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
the point is not to teach addition, its to teach the associative rule of addition and later they build on it by applying it to multiplication. Its extremely helpful to know for higher level mathematics and physics.
User avatar #145 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I know. I also know that I graduated from high school (where this shit stopped being relevant to most anyone) before these teachers were born.
User avatar #149 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
well, do you propose we make kids decide their occupations by the third grade so that the ones who arent going to become engineers dont have to waste their time?

the solution is to fill teaching positions with people capable of teaching the material properly, rather than shoving a poorly explained concept down kids throats
User avatar #155 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You really want to know? I propose that we reteach the teachers. We all know that everyone deserves a shot at life.

If kids decided their careers by the third grade, we'd have way too many firemen, baseball players, and astronauts, and no engineers to design the stuff.

The problem is that teachers are making the work far more difficult than it has to be for a third grader. You're proposing that third graders should automatically be taught the processes for trigonometry, calculus and physics? It's a simple math problem, why did it need to be made so difficult. 26+17=43 6+7=13, carry the 1, 2+2=4, 43. That's exactly how simple it is. Yet teachers feel the need to over exaggerate the fact that they have the ability to teach. Remember, those that can, do. Those that can't, teach.
User avatar #161 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree for the most part.
I think it would be better to just raise the bar for what it takes to be a teacher though.
and i wouldnt say they do it simply because they are teachers, they do it because the teachers themselves do not understand it well enough to teach in a more succinct manner.

also, all the people who flip about this stuff need to look at it like its similar to a word problem. its the application of a concept.

when people say things like "time for homeschool" in response to this it just shows that they themselves dont understand it. its akin to a calculus teacher teaching related rates. one of the most simple examples is an adjustable ladder sliding down a wall, but no one sees those homework problems and asks why the calculus teacher is teaching about ladders.

but i enjoy talking about this lol
User avatar #164 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
You want to know why I'm filled with hatred about this whole thing? It'll flip your fuckin lid.











I'm a 4th grade math teacher.
User avatar #166 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
im a physics major at university myself
my problem is the overreaction that everyone has to the actual content itself
User avatar #167 - estranged (12/19/2014) [-]
I thought so. So, tell me, were you taught the associative rules in the 3rd grade? Do you even remember them from that far back?
User avatar #185 - helltard (12/19/2014) [-]
I dont believe i was strictly taught it that early. however, i was pretty gifted in math for my age at the time. I probably understood it, i just was never explicitly taught it at that time.

Do you think it shouldnt be taught as early as the third grade?
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