Making Math Accessible Through Blended Learning Tools

May 27, 2015

 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 11:15am

If there’s one subject that causes mass anxiety in schools, math is it. Despite the fact that the core concepts of mathematics are ancient, each year math seems to get more complicated, particularly when it comes to teaching basic concepts via the methodologies prescribed by ever-changing state and national standards. 

Fear not! Help is at hand. 

In this short video, Bharani Rajakumar, creator of LearnBop, a one-on-one interactive math system and recent CODiE Award finalist, discusses how online and blended learning tools can help both teachers and students move through their frustrations to concept mastery. Rajakumar’s advice to teachers looking to introduce blended learning tools for math support into the classroom is to look for a tool that scales assistance, so that students are still receiving one-on-one support, and that enables students to learn fundamental concepts at their own pace. He also notes that it’s particularly important to use tools that provide detailed feedback on proficiency and progress so that students begin to learn what elements of a key concept they are missing and teachers can see where more personalized tuition is needed. 

Interested in learning more? Here’s all you need to know about LearnBop in just under two minutes.

 

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