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25 08, 2022

9 Back to School Activities To Get Students Excited About Mathematics

By |2022-09-30T01:00:30+00:00August 25th, 2022|Categories: Educators|

One of the best ways to get students’ brain juices flowing after a long school break is through fun, and adopting a variety of learning activities that students enjoy. To help you break the ice this new school term, here are 9 out-of-the-box math(s) [...]

1 08, 2022

Top 5 Trickiest Mathematics Questions From Around the World

By |2022-08-12T06:08:38+00:00August 1st, 2022|Categories: Educators, Parents|

Math(s) can be a tricky subject for many students. But some questions are trickier than others. Put on your thinking caps because we searched the internet for the top 5 trickiest mathematics questions from all around the world. Solutions are provided at the end [...]

30 06, 2022

Mathematics Learning Over 15 Years: What Has Changed?

By |2022-09-08T04:22:11+00:00June 30th, 2022|Categories: Educators|

Today’s mathematics lessons are different. Processes and curriculums have changed, and so have the expectations of teachers and students. How has mathematics learning in the classroom changed over the past decade? We sat down with four educators to get their thoughts. Here are their [...]

5 05, 2022

8 Simple Ways Mathletics Ticks All Your Classroom Learning Goals

By |2022-08-04T02:04:24+00:00May 5th, 2022|Categories: Educators|Tags: |

Teaching is a balancing act. To ensure each student is learning at their pace, you need to support students with learning gaps, yet provide enough challenge for those who are progressing, so they don’t get bored. If you’re feeling a little off-balanced, here are [...]

21 02, 2022

Unleash Your Inner Mathlete This World Maths Day

By |2022-07-12T06:18:46+00:00February 21st, 2022|Categories: Educators, News|Tags: |

Calling all students to unleash their inner Mathlete this World Maths Day! What type of Mathlete are you? Do you like to take your time when solving mathematics questions, or do you like to go quick and fast? No matter which type you are, [...]

15 02, 2022

15 Ways To Make Mathematics Fun In The Classroom

By |2022-09-08T05:24:32+00:00February 15th, 2022|Categories: Educators, feature|Tags: |

Your students are getting restless during mathematics class. They don’t seem motivated and show little interest to learn the subject even though, you've spent hours thinking of ways to make the lessons more interesting. We've all been there. It can be hard ensuring that [...]

15 12, 2021

6 Ways Mathletics Can Help Students With Mathematics Anxiety

By |2022-07-12T00:59:47+00:00December 15th, 2021|Categories: Educators, feature|

Sweaty palms, heavy arms, headaches. That unpleasant feeling of tension and worry when we see numbers. Mathematics anxiety is a very real, ever-present condition for many students and can have a lasting impact on students’ learning. According to a study cited by Professor Daniel [...]

23 03, 2021

Important Notice: Scam Phone Calls

By |2022-07-12T02:23:56+00:00March 23rd, 2021|Categories: Educators|

A small number of Mathletics UK customers have recently been called by unknown persons claiming to be “Mathletics staff” and offering free “virtual sessions” in exchange for customer information. Please be aware that these are scams. Our customer support team will never call you [...]

30 10, 2020

10 Quirky Mathematics Activities for End-of-Year Engagement

By |2022-07-12T02:50:23+00:00October 30th, 2020|Categories: Educators|Tags: |

Summer holidays glimmers in the near distance, but there are a few solid weeks of learning left to go yet. And after the year we’ve had, student motivation, attention, and enthusiasm levels are harder to maintain than ever. But before you reach for the [...]

19 06, 2020

How to Make Post-Pandemic Reports Meaningful

By |2020-06-23T05:53:25+00:00June 19th, 2020|Categories: Educators|

After all we’ve been through over the past few months, a conventional mid-year report doesn’t seem fair for students or teachers. No surprise then that many schools are de-emphasizing grades, or leaving them out entirely. But students still want to know where they sit, and [...]