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Isaac Anoom is also Mr Numbervator, a fresh-faced, exciting character who simply makes you want to learn about maths and, more importantly, makes sure that you enjoy learning.

The enjoyment factor comes from the way he presents maths and number combining his presentation with active engagement, pace and bounce, so that achievement is maximised and success is real.

Isaac Anoom also writes and presents maths educational programmes for the BBC and Teachers TV as well as teaching in schools to both children and teachers.

So, if you find maths difficult, sometimes boring, never get good grades, Isaac through Maths Magic will change all of that. You will lose the fear, raise your achievement, be the envy of your peers, impress and amaze your teachers, and ultimately get the good grades you've been after, thought you could never get and ignite the maths passion in you. Good luck! In this programme Isaac explains how to work out and use fractions in simple sure fire ways.

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  • Dinah
  • 02-18-11

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The basic teachings are sound, but it is hard to listen to the same introduction for 1 ? min, by the time I had heard it for the 2nd time, I had switched off and found it really hard to keep listening to hear the rest of the recording.

I also take exception the suggestion that one learns so that we can show that we are better than our teacher in front of the rest of the class. This is likely to annoy the teacher and so hinder the child?s progress.

If I had not contradicted / embarrassed my math teacher with my knowledge, I would have started my math degree at 19, as it was I was expelled from the higher math class and I am now having to start again, from the beginning as a mature student. At 47 I am now in my first year of my math degree, this has been my ambition since I was 14 years old.

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