Math Education Beliefs

Mar 26, 2021 | Brownsburg

Since the first Mathnasium opened in California in the spring of 2002, they have grown to more than 1,000 Mathnasium Learning Centers worldwide. Locally, the Gehman family is humbled and incredibly grateful our two centers have profoundly impacted the lives of children, their families, and our communities here in Northwest Indianapolis.

At the core of our business is a set of beliefs that guides us in our mission of changing lives. Continue reading to learn our thoughts about math and learning. And, as always, if you have questions or would like to know more, visit us at the center, conveniently located across from Walmart on Northfield Dr. Another option is to call or text us at (317) 754-MATH (6284). 


Math matters - at school and in life.
Math proficiency impacts children's academic and career opportunities. It promotes critical thinking and teaches problem-solving. Success in math supports success in life. Math education is problem-solving education. 

Math success is achieveable.
Children are not hardwired to be good or bad at math. With the right materials, the right instruction, and the right support, any child can learn, enjoy, and thrive in math.

Math is fun.
Learning math and solving math problems can be a rewarding and fun activity. Although math mastery is a serious subject, Mathnasium knows how to keep the process fun and engaging.


Understanding leads to higher performancelasts a lifetime.
Building a child’s foundational understanding supports progressive learning, higher performance, and long-term retention.

Every child has unique learning needs.
We tailor our approach with personalized lesson plans and engaging, face-to-face instruction to support each child exactly where they need it most. Even remotely - we see their faces, and they see ours!

People are the best teaching technology.
There’s nothing better than a well-trained, enthusiastic, and compassionate instructor to motivate achievement, provide emotional support, and celebrate student success.

Learning is a lifelong process and a mindset.
Mastering math doesn’t happen overnight. Learning compounds with ongoing training. And the investment of time and energy pays lasting dividends.