Monday, October 19, 2015

Alex Teaches Mathematical Proofs



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First of all...
I do not falsely color enhance any of my photos.

The sky actually looked even more vivid than this as my mother and I watched it 
from the parking lot of a local hardware store.

The sky glowed an electric orange and pink...
and later faded to a deep violet.

I took this just a few days ago 
as I was taking my mother shopping.

I love the sunsets we get here in Reno.


I just had to include this photo  :)


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Alex started his own math club at his high school this year.

He teaches competition math to middle and high school students
who are interested in entering the various math competitions...
both, State wide...and Nationally.

Last week...
in preparation for his one hour math club lesson...
Alex typed out his lesson on mathematical proofs...
and he made a diagnostic test for his middle school students.










The diagnostic test for the middle school students.









Alex works so hard in ensuring he is fully prepared for his class.

He loves teaching...
and from the feedback he gets...
his students love his style of teaching.

Alex also told me how he had helped a middle schooler with her Algebra...
and about how much she had improved on a subsequent test she had taken.

The quality of the results gotten from a teacher's students
is the litmus test directly indicative of the quality of the teacher.

I am so proud of Alex.

He is wanting to become torch bearer 
of one of society's most important professions...
a guide for future generations...
a pathfinder to efficient understanding...
a giver of knowledge and wisdom.


He is also following his passion in life.

By preparing himself well early on...
and by committing himself to following his dream...
he will surely have a magical life.








2 comments:

  1. It is nice that Alex gets to do what he loves and get experience in teaching math while also helping other kids. It must be particularly rewarding for him when one of his students subsequently does better on tests.

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  2. Yes, Alex was proud of his ability to help others. He wants to ignite a passion for math in young children.
    He is living his passion in life. That is so important for everyone to do.

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