You may not like mathematics, but you can learn to value and appreciate its use.
Some of the skills that math can strengthen include, but are not limited to:
 attention to detail.
 pattern recognition.
 understanding of rules.
 patience.
 memory.
We can both agree that these skills are necessary for you, right? So if you’re a student taking a mathematics course, make sure you do the following:
 Read your textbook.
 Complete all assigned homework.
 Communicate concerns to your instructor.
 Schedule your time wisely.
 Improve your mathematics attitude.
 Attend all classes and eliminate distractions while in class.
And promise yourself that you’ll make a full commitment to adhere to these practices.
You may not like mathematics, but you can learn to value and appreciate its use.
Some of the skills that math can strengthen include, but are not limited to:


 attention to detail,
 pattern recognition,
 understanding of rules,
 patience, and
 memory.

We can both agree that these skills are necessary for you, right? So if you’re a student taking a mathematics course, make sure you do the following:
 Read your textbook.
 Complete all assigned homework.
 Communicate concerns to your instructor.
 Schedule your time wisely.
 Improve your mathematics attitude.
 Attend all classes and eliminate distractions while in class.
And promise yourself that you’ll make a full commitment to adhere to these practices.
Contact Dr. Darrin Berkley to schedule a math tutoring appointment or presentation.
Mathematics Transition Workshop
Developmental Mathematics Seminar
20 TestTaking Strategies for Mathematics Exams
Articles
 Adding and Subtracting Integers
 Area and Perimeter – Problem Solving
 Functions
 Probability
 Properties of Real Numbers
Presentations
 Critical Thinking in Developmental Mathematics: Is It Necessary?
 Introduction of Games in Ideas in Mathematics
 Journal Writing in Developmental Mathematics
 Laziness or Academic Incompetence?
 Role of Critical Thinking in the Redesign of Developmental Mathematics Education
 Understanding Student Questions and Study Preparation
 Why Do Students Do Poorly in Mathematics?
Contact Dr. Darrin Berkley to schedule a math tutoring appointment or presentation.
You may not like mathematics, but you can learn to value and appreciate its use.
Some of the skills that math can strengthen include, but are not limited to:


 attention to detail,
 pattern recognition,
 understanding of rules,
 patience, and
 memory.

We can both agree that these skills are necessary for you, right? So if you’re a student taking a mathematics course, make sure you do the following:
 Read your textbook.
 Complete all assigned homework.
 Communicate concerns to your instructor.
 Schedule your time wisely.
 Improve your mathematics attitude.
 Attend all classes and eliminate distractions while in class.
And promise yourself that you’ll make a full commitment to adhere to these practices.
Contact Dr. Darrin Berkley to schedule a math tutoring appointment or presentation.
Mathematics Transition Workshop
Developmental Mathematics Seminar
20 TestTaking Strategies for Mathematics Exams
Articles
 Adding and Subtracting Integers
 Area and Perimeter – Problem Solving
 Functions
 Probability
 Properties of Real Numbers
Presentations
 Critical Thinking in Developmental Mathematics: Is It Necessary?
 Introduction of Games in Ideas in Mathematics
 Journal Writing in Developmental Mathematics
 Laziness or Academic Incompetence?
 Role of Critical Thinking in the Redesign of Developmental Mathematics Education
 Understanding Student Questions and Study Preparation
 Why Do Students Do Poorly in Mathematics?
Contact Dr. Darrin Berkley to schedule a math tutoring appointment or presentation.