We are re-opening the center (with limited seating) on Monday, June 1st. If you prefer to stay home, our online platform delivers the same great results with Mathnasium @Home.
- WE OFFER 3-6-12 MONTH MEMBERSHIPS. FOR MAY, WE ARE OFFERING A THREE MONTH MEMBERSHIP AT THE REDUCED RATE WE OFFER FOR SIX MONTH MEMBERSHIPS.
STUDENTS TYPICALLY LOSE TWO MONTHS OF MATH KNOWLEDGE OVER THE SUMMER. WHAT WILL THE START OF THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR LOOK LIKE AFTER FIVE MONTHS OUT OF SCHOOL?
Below are some FAQS about Mathnasium @home
What is Mathnasium@Home?
Mathnasium @home is an Online Tutoring tool that gives us the power to provide real-time face-to-face Math instruction with students via an online collaboration platform. The Learning Experience is strikingly similar to how they would study normally, at our Center.
What systems are supported for Mathnasium@Home?
Any Laptop or desktop with Windows operating system or Mac with internet access can be used. Currently the application will not work on iPad, Smart Phones or Android tablets for now. It may also not work on certain Chromebooks for security reasons.
What browsers can be used for Mathnasium@Home?
Currently, the application will work only with Google chrome or Firefox browsers. Internet explorer and Safari are not supported at the moment.
Do we need any other equipment?
Not at all mandatory, but we recommend the following for an enhanced online learning experience for your child
- Headphone, Mic and Webcam - In order to reduce distraction, we recommend students using any basic or noise cancelling headphone with mic. Webcam also enhancing the instruction between the student and instructor.
Do students work on the same curriculum with Mathnasium@Home as the do at our center?
Yes, students will work on same prescriptive(PKs), Work books and focus-on's from the comfort of home. They will work with instructors in real time in the same way they work at our center.
How will students get help with Homework and Test Preparations?
We will provide a shared folder where parents/ students can upload either scanned copy or picture of their school material and we will get that on the online screen where the student will work with the instructors online, similar to how they would work at our center. Alternatively, please reach out to us.
How will student get instructors attention when needed while working online via Mathnasium@Home?
While instructors will constantly be checking each student similar to how they do in center, if students need attention, there are multiple ways to seek that. They can use the wave(hand icon) inside the application(on the top right side). This will alert the instructors. Also, students could chat with instructor when they have questions which instructors can reply. Also, they are connected via head phones to explain things in detail.
Are students expected to complete entire workbook in same session in Mathnasium@Home?
No, similar to how the students work on pages in their own pace, they will continue to work online. They will have the ability to continue in subsequent sessions from exactly where they left off.
Do students need separate email address to access Mathnasium@Home?
No, Parents can use their Gmail account login ID for their child/children to access Mathnasium@home. If they do not have Gmail, parents can create a Mathnasium @Home login ID with their own non Gmail email address.
Can parents use same email address for siblings?
ONLY when siblings are not attending class simultaneously, the login can be the same. Multiple students cannot login at the same time with the same email. We recommend parents create a separate Gmail account for each student for the sole purpose of logging into @home.
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We are REOPENING for in-center instruction (with limited seating) on Monday, June 1st. If you prefer to stay home, our online platform delivers the same great results with Mathnasium @Home. Act NOW to avoid the struggles & frustration when they return to school!
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