This article is in collaboration with Whizz Education.
Math can be a frustrating subject for many students. Unfortunately, if they fail to understand important skills early on, they struggle with other concepts that follow. This often leads to a vicious cycle of frustration, tears and a dislike of math for years to come.
Whizz Education has designed a tutoring system to help fix these gaps in math learning and break the cycle. Members of the crew were given a 12 month online subscription for up to two students for Math-Whizz from Whizz Education.
Designed for ages 5-13 years old, Math-Whizz is an online math tutorial program that is tailored to meet your child’s particular math knowledge, providing the right lessons at the right time and in the right order to improve math learning and understanding.
Math-Whizz does this by having students take an assessment that focuses in on what the child already understand well and what skills they might struggle with or haven’t learned yet. Once the assessment is completed, Math-Whizz sets up tutoring lessons based on the assessment results. This means that your student isn’t repeating material they already know but instead jumps into learning with a tailored program designed to accelerate their learning.
Designed as a series of interactive lessons and games, Math-Whizz is an affordable alternative to private math tutor and helps your child develop confidence in math. With 45 minutes of usage a week, students can improve their math abilities by 18 months in as little as one year.
For more information about Math-Whizz from Whizz Education, connect with them on the following social media sites:
- Facebook: Math Whizz and WhizzEducation
- Twitter: MathWhizz
- YouTube: Whizz Education
A big thank you to Brenda from Counting Pinecones for writing this introductory article.
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