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News from Mathnasium of Greensboro Children who identify with Math get Higher Scores

Jul 29, 2017

Molly McElroy Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences How strongly children identify with math (their math “self-concept”) can be used to predict how high they will score on a standardized test of math achievement, according to a n...

News from Mathnasium of Greensboro Mathnasium Featured in The Wall Street Journal

Jul 20, 2017

In "New Approaches to Teaching Fractions," Mathnasium's Chief Instructional Officer, Larry Martinek, discusses Mathnasium's unique approach to teaching elementary school kids to understand fractions.  Trouble with fractions is the most common r...

Feature photo: Making Math Fun

Jul 20, 2017

HIGH POINT — Camp counselors Rohini Rajnarayanan and Marinna Smith enjoyed teaching these students about comparison shopping at Food Lion during the July 10-14 Math Camp at Mathnasium of High Point.   The year-round math only learning ...

Doing the math Business aims to help students make sense of tough subject

Nov 23, 2016

HIGH POINT — When Chris Hofer and his family moved from New Jersey to the Triad a decade ago, he figured his children would do well in school, particularly in math. “I learned my kids had just missed out on math, and that really bothered ...

New Approaches to Teaching Fractions

Sep 24, 2013

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