## Mathematics in not just learning about numbers, but also an emotional learning.

## “Students who feel anxious, angry, or depressed don’t learn: People who get caught up in these moods don’t take in information effectively.” (Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence)

## Happy boys, girls, adolescents with excellent school results.

###### Individuality

By individualizing teaching we can focus specifically on what your child needs. By adapting to the different ways of learning, we teach them differently according to their needs. Thus they will learn what they require without wasting time in what they already know. In this way they will be motivated and will advance much faster than in school with less hours of work.

###### Self-Learning

Your son or daughter will be able to learn from examples, find answers for themselves and thus provide solutions to the different problems they encounter. This independence that the learning capacity gives will allow them to face the school challenges and the demands of higher education with much more success.

###### Emotionality

Math learning should not be based only on calculation, but should also contain strong emotional development.

That is why we care that our students develop their self-esteem, tolerance to frustration, ability to face and correct errors, logical reasoning capacity, and other fundamental transversal skills for life.

###### Study Material

Langley study materials are of high quality, constructive, self-instructive, sequential and rich in examples, focused on the three pillars of mathematical study: calculus-concepts-problem solving development.

This allows our students to learn gently and without stumbling, feel safe and confident, achieving autonomy and trust.

## What is the most important objective of learning math?

The vast majority of people assume that mathematics is for solving calculation exercises. Many think that when a student responds quickly how much is 256 x 24, or he or she can mentally solve 2x + 4 = 3x/5, then he or she is good at mathematics. Nothing further from the truth. That student is good at calculating, but not necessarily good at mathematics.

**The real objective of mathematics is to teach deductive thinking and logical reasoning, what is done through the application of calculation and concepts in problem solving. When the students learn to face a problem in a logical way and to determine what calculation tool is the one that will help them solve that problem, it is when the real sense of mathematics appears, learning how to think logically. **

We could say then, that mathematics is learned with the heart and applied with the mind. Therefore, when mathematics is truly learned, skills are learned that a person can apply in all aspects of life, be it an actor or an engineer, an entrepreneur or a philanthropist. It doesn’t matter, logical reasoning exists to solve the problems we face in life.