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Who is it for?
The course is for children from 4th std. to 8th std. from all boards(CBSE, ICSE, State, Matric). This is the crucial age when students need to nurture the skills and habits required to succeed in Math.
Which Syllabus/Board?
Our curriculum cover most topics in Math that is part of all syllabii/board, be it CBSE, ICSE, State or Matriculation.
What this is not?
The focus of this approach is to understand concepts, solve practical problems, promote reasoning and enhance critical thinking to become better leaders of tomorrow. The obvious by-product of this approach is increase in marks/scores in exams, but this is not the sole focus of this approach. If scoring high marks is your only primary goal, then you'll benefit from a tuition center or institutions who train students through mock exams.
Do you follow any book?
No. The course-work is fine-tuned to Indian standards, with materials and teaching methods gained over the course of years through teaching, training, attending conferences, books, being on panels & committees.
How long is the course?
Classes are held twice a week for 1 to 1.5 hours a day, throughout the year. We also offer special short term courses during the holidays (Summer, Winter, Spring Break, etc.).
Can my child join the course anytime during the year?
Yes. Since new topics are taught often, your child will not feel left behind. He/she will be on par with the rest of the children on these topics.
How is this program different from Tuition Centers?
Tuition centers help with homework, clarify doubts and follow teaching methods that are similar to schoolís methodology. Whereas at the Math school we teach fundamentals so you understand from the root. We focus on applied reasoning & critical thinking. In short, instead of telling you time, we teach you how to tell time.
How is this different from the Math Lab offered at school?
Math labs usually contain good manipulatives. But without an experienced and adequately trained teacher to walk you through the content and clarify your doubts, these programs fall short on their objectives. Besides, there's more to Math than just learning through manipulatives.
How is this different from a software that offers similar program?
Again, just as a Math lab, having a software to train yourself is good, but without an experienced and adequately trained teacher to walk you through the content and clarify your doubts, these programs fall short on their objectives.
How is this different from Abacus?
Abacus is a means to learn Arithmetic. In other words, it helps children learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and some more functions in Arithmetic using the Abacus tool and memory. At the Math school, we deal with Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Probability and many other topics in Math.
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