Category: technology and math

Using Technology To Help Learn Math

I wanted to share a video with you, where a professor from the university of Washington is changing the way students learn math!

Yes, I know it’s an Intel commercial, but there is a lot of good information in the video!

And it’s encouraging to see that professors are utilizing the technology at hand to more quickly and easily help students learn math!

So without further ado:

Classroom of the Future from Intel on Vimeo.

So what do you think. Maybe your children would like to learn math this way?

Have a great day!

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Using Technology To Learn Math

I really like technology! Most children I know also like technology. So it only makes sense that we parents and instructors should learn to use technology to help our children learn math, right?

As I was reading through some news lately, I found this article about how an East Brunswick school in Northern New Jersey is using technology (as well as some good old fashioned board games) to help students learn the different topics taught in school – one of them being math.

You can read the article here: Embracing Technology in the Classroom

At Mathnasium of Cherry Hill, we like to utilize many different approaches to help our students learn math. We’ve even had an event where the students got together and played “angry birds”!

So how about you? Do you use technology to help your children learn things?

If so, would you mind posting some of your ideas here for others to see?

Thanks!

Have a great day!

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