Math instruction customized to your child’s abilities, learning style and pace
Mathnasium instructors create a fun, positive and confidence building educational environment
Opportunity to receive homework help and assistance preparing for math tests
Strategies that develop a student’s abilities to work independently
Consistent parental support in the form of progress reports and monthly updates on skills mastered
Growth based learning plans that are continuously updated
Face-to-Face instruction. We offer instruction via both live video conference technology with Mathnasium @home or in-person at our Dacula learning center.
Flexible month to month membership program; no long term contracts required
Your child is unique and they deserve a personalized learning plan to aid in their math learning. At Mathnasium of Dacula, we create an experience … an opportunity … for students to “get it!” It’s just a matter of teaching math in a way that makes sense to them. That's what we do!
Can my child really become a natural mathematical thinker?
To become great at things like sports, music, and art, you need to be born with natural ability. What does it feel like to be "a natural" at something? It's empowering. It develops self-confidence. It makes you feel special.
It's commonly believed that you need to be born "a natural" to become great at math. But at Mathnasium, we believe that virtually any child can become great at math. For many kids, math is something that doesn't come naturally, but they can be taught to think in the ways that the naturals do. When it comes to math, your child can feel empowered, self-confident, and special.
When you learn to think like a natural... you can become one!
How can Mathnasium change the ways in which my child thinks?
We teach our students to use efficient and reliable “schema”– organized ways of thinking – that are innate to the mathematically gifted among us. Mathnasium instructors deliver excellent instruction that is driven by our top-notch curriculum materials. These materials are carefully selected for students to encounter when the appropriate prerequisite knowledge is in place. Through this process, our students develop strong mental math and written computational skills, along with the reasoning ability to know which skills serve them best in any given situation
Why is Mathnasium better for my child than an independent private tutor?
Mathnasium is structured as a learning center rather than a tutorial service. While a tutor helps students get through “tonight’s homework,” our primary role as a learning center is to uncover and directly address gaps in students’ knowledge that are the underlying causes of their current difficulties in school. Since math is a cumulative subject, it is extremely important to make sure that students have mastery of prerequisite knowledge from previous grades if they are going to have success in their current grade and beyond.
My child already excels in math. Will Mathnasium address their needs?
Absolutely. Since Mathnasium is customized to the needs of each individual student, we can help advanced students stay engaged and stimulated by introducing them to more challenging math topics. More importantly, we can also help your child to develop even stronger numeric fluency and critical thinking skills, which are essential for continued success in math.
Do students truly enjoy coming to Mathnasium?
Mathnasium students enjoy attending their sessions, and parents frequently ask us to explain what we are doing to make that happen! While there are many contributing factors, the primary reason is that Mathnasium students are significantly gaining self-confidence due to their improving math abilities. Our students often feel relieved that math really can make sense, and they feel empowered to reach new heights that never before seemed possible.
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Where are your child’s math skills?
Both you and your child can take our interactive quizzes to see how much you remember! What grade are they in?