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Signs of Math Difficulties

Jul 28, 2020

Many students perform poorly in their math classes simply due to misunderstandings. A student’s mind often doesn’t match up with their peers, because everyone learns in different ways. Unfortunately, in a classroom with 25 kids, it’s hard for a...

Three ways that schools are making your kids bad at math and how Mathnasium can fix it

Jul 20, 2020

Math is an essential tool for understanding the world around us. That is why you trust your local public schools to give your children a proper math education. Unfortunately, many students have failed to learn math in a meaningful way. A large...

Solving The Real Life Problems

May 21, 2020

When studying any school subject, math can often help you make the grade! History, science, English... Math can also help you tackle real life challenges. Mathematical models have been one of the driving forces behind policies around the COVID-19 ...

"COVID Slide" is Real and It Will Leave Children Up to a Year Behind in Math. Mathnasium of Fishers Can Help.

May 3, 2020

In the spring, we traditionally encourage parents to guard against the summer slide, in which children lose 2-3 months of the previous year’s math learning during the long summer break.  But this is hardly a traditional year. Before the su...

Math Learning is Essential and It Shouldn’t Have to Stop

Apr 7, 2020

While students are out of school, parents don’t want math learning to stop! They’re turning to Mathnasium-at-home. Mathnasium@home provides a live face-to-face instruction with highly trained instructors using the Mathnasium Method. Thanks to the ...

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