Mathnasium 1931 Fort Union Blvd, Salt Lake City UT 84121 (801) 679-1588

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Our Results

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.

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I know that Ella struggled a bit in math for awhile and you got her in mathnasium. I don’t know if Ella told you, but I brought a treat for my class today, because they all did so well on our MCOMP yesterday. The MCOMP is the 8-minute math assessment that we took in the fall and winter. I gave you a plot and whisker graph about her scores at conferences. If I remember right, she was just below benchmark in winter or right at it. The test has 30-something math equations, including: addition, subtraction, one-digit, and two-digit problems. Each question is weighted based on the level of difficulty. Well….Ella score 48 out of a possible 48 on the test!!!! The highest score I have previously seen from her was 27 out of 48. I am so proud of her!!!! I just had to share that with you!!! It is so great!!! Our benchmark was 37 and she blew that out of the water!!
Thanks for everything!
Mrs. L

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