How to make your kids great at maths and science without making them autistic
I have a twin who has autism.
He’s been in school for the last six years and is just two years away from graduating.
But he’s not going to be a maths teacher.
That’s because maths is not his strong suit, he told me.
It’s not something he’s particularly interested in.
His main interest is in science, so that is where his interests lie.
So why do I want to teach him maths?
There’s a lot of people out there who want to give their kids maths but there’s also a lot who think that maths is really important for their own lives.
So, when I got into teaching, I was hoping to do it because I think I could help him understand that there are lots of things we can do with mathematics, but it’s not for everyone.
The main reason I decided to start teaching was because I thought it was going to make him a better maths teacher, and he loved it.
What I didn’t expect was that his autism would be such a big part of what he did.
I was surprised when I saw him at the beginning of every lesson, so I wasn’t expecting to be sitting there trying to teach his problems. I didn