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One of the hardest things (not just to teach) to develop as a math learner is how to conceptually understand the basics of Algebra and Geometry. A good mathematician can not only follow a math procedure to its end, but understands and can visualize why that math procedure works and can tie it to something real. What I have found is that using my iPad, I can much easier break down problems, manipulate objects, and create lessons far more efficiently. My current iPad is far too underpowered for the programs I use. My only wish is to have a more powerful iPad, something my district cannot afford/unwilling to help.

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One of the hardest things (not just to teach) to develop as a math learner is how to conceptually understand the basics of Algebra and Geometry. A good mathematician can not only follow a math procedure to its end, but understands and can visualize why that math procedure works and can tie it to something real. What I have found is that using my iPad, I can much easier break down problems, manipulate objects, and create lessons far more efficiently. My current iPad is far too underpowered for the programs I use. My only wish is to have a more powerful iPad, something my district cannot afford/unwilling to help.

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