|Teaching Math: Interview with Dr. Fred Worth||Vol. 84, Prg. 31–35|
September 15–19, 2008
If math is the bane of your homeschooling existence, this week’s program is for you! Math professor Fred Worth discusses why your students might struggle with this difficult subject and how you can improve their performance. A solid foundation in math can prepare your child for life success!
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Dr. Fred Worth
Dr. Fred Worth is an educator, pastor, and homeschool father. He is a professor of mathematics at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, where he has worked for 17 years, and the associate pastor at Twin Rivers Church of the Nazarene in Caddo Valley, Arkansas. Fred is concerned with the struggles that many homeschool parents have in teaching mathematics to their children. To help homeschoolers in this and other ways, he has spoken at numerous homeschool conferences in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Texas.
Fred and his wife, Beth, live in Arkadelphia. They have one son, Mark, who is now married. Despite no longer homeschooling, they continue to work and fellowship with homeschoolers throughout the region.
Professor Fred Worth has developed a plan of attack for that formidable math challenge, the story problem! Request our free resource sheet, and conquer the story problems in your math curriculum.
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