Why Is BetterExplained Different?
Most lessons present details in a linear sequence. BetterExplained shares the big picture up front, then sharpens it up. Here’s the difference:
Presenting facts in order seems logical, but doesn’t help me with deep understanding. I need the big Aha! moment up front — then we can discuss the specifics. Here’s the strategy:
Learning shouldn’t be about memorizing facts to simply pass a class. It’s about the joy, enthusiasm and motivation that ignites when an idea truly clicks. If this approach resonates with you, welcome!
I enjoyed math until a poorly-taught class nearly destroyed that passion. A last-minute Aha! moment showed me math could make sense, even be enjoyable, when presented with:
- A friendly, curious attitude
- A mix of intuitive and technical understanding
- A focus on lasting insight
I share explanations that helped, hoping they help you too. I’m thrilled that BetterExplained now reaches millions every year, and has appeared in blogs for the New York Times and Scientific American. Read more…