Clever teacher using unique strategy to teacher fractions in class (Video)

Clever teacher using unique strategy to teacher fractions in class (Video)

- An unidentified teacher has been captured in a video using a creative method to teacher Mathematics

- In the video, he is seen teaching the students proper and improper fractions

- The teacher used one of the students to help him better explain the topic to the class

YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video of a teacher who adopted a clever method to teach students concepts of fractions in Mathematics.

In the video, the teacher, who is yet to be identified, carried the schoolboy on his shoulders to help the others understand proper fractions.

According to him, with proper fractions, the smaller number is placed on top of the larger one, hence the child on his shoulders.

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In an attempt to explain improper fractions, he asked the schoolboy to carry him, a decision that stimulated laughter from the rest of the class.

He thereafter explained that with improper fractions, the larger number rests on top of the smaller one.

In other news, the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has reportedly asked a young Muslim lady known as Rabiatu Mohammed, to decide whether she wants to keep wearing her hijab or work with the company.

This follows the order from the human resources manager at SSNIT to Mohammed to take off her hijab when she reports for work.

Mohammed reported to work on September 1, 2019, at SSNIT’s Tarkwa branch.

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