When you run into a hero, in real life, you just have to tell folks about it. Today I want to tell you about Pat Murray, an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of online education. As a curriculum developer and teacher myself, I have found his accomplishments quite amazing.
The Math Online Hero
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Using techniques developed over 28 years of teaching and across all levels, Pat specializes in creating unique video math tutorials that are concise, easy to understand, and effective.
He has appeared numerous times on national TV and his programs have been featured on television, radio, in newspapers, and in magazines.
Since 2009, his programs have been integrated into the curriculums of more than 720 schools across the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
And Pat’s been doing this with his wife while raising his own family of 10 children (nine still at home)!
As a fellow parent, I thought you'd really like to know about Pat and his programs and how they’re helping children around the world improve their math and test scores.
Here are three benefits of his Math Online program:
- The dramatic lift you’ll see in your children's confidence and attitude. Imagine them proud of their work and excited even to be successful in their studies.
- The ability to learn at their own speed. With the power to stop and replay things, students can watch the video tutorials as many times as they need. Plus, the online teacher never gets annoyed or frustrated with them.
- The improved math results and a whole lot less stress when it's math time… for both parents AND kids. No more crying over math tests or homework (yay!).
I know how much my kids love online learning and we’ve found this to be an amazing additional resource to our course work.
Whether you homeschool or not, or just want to help your grandkids do better with their math scores, take a few minutes today to check out Math Online.
Here's your link so you can start a free trial: https://www.mathonline.com/trial