At Mathnasium, we help kids understand math by teaching the way that makes sense to them. Children who consistently attend sessions at our learning centers enjoy a transformative learning experience and make huge strides in the classroom.
Attitude: When math makes sense, kids develop a more positive attitude toward math.
Understanding: Mathnasium teaches for understanding, giving students the ability to succeed in any math environment. As Larry Martinek, Mathnasium’s Chief Instructional Officer notes, “It's pretty easy to forget things you memorize and near impossible to forget things you understand."
School Progress: When kids learn math in a way that they truly understand, they achieve greater success in the classroom.
See what people say about Mathnasium
"Six months of Mathnasium moved my 4th grader from struggling with a C to a comfortably earned A. There are several reasons I see that make Mathnasium works so well:
1) Their methods truly teach2) their attitude makes learning easier and less stressful for the kids.3) Mathnasium focuses on success rather than failure which simply works better psychologically4) The pre tests accurately target the areas for which the children need help5) It is much easier for my children to listen to a Mathnasium tutor than to listen to me.I have a Masters in math and have taught math at University of Houston, Texas A&M, Blinn Community College, and Gila Community college, so I know something about math and how every child has different needs and learning styles and holes in their background." --Karen A., parent
"If I won the lottery, I would make sure every child in Arizona received the benefit of Mathnasium!" --Penny F., parent
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Mathnasium of Arcadia Reviews
Jan 30 2018
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Jun 29 2017
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Jun 26 2017
An interesting atrticle about teaching for understanding from 'phys.org'