Brown and Black Education in Family Math
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ST Math’s patented approach - manipulating objects in space and time - is totally unique in the market. The program starts by teaching the foundational concepts visually, then connects the ideas to the symbols, language, and robust discourse. Why does this approach work so well? Because with visual learning, students are better equipped to tackle unfamiliar math problems, recognize patterns, and build conceptual understanding. Without language barriers, the problem is accessible to all students, regardless of skill level or language background.
Lincoln Method is a progressive way of learning, that focuses on addressing learners’ weak areas. The learning happens by supplementing what has already been taught. For the areas where the learner is weak, their concepts are further clarified by showing them a playlist of videos that present a variety of viewpoints. As a result, the learner receives a holistic view of the concepts and has a better grasp of the overall subject.
Lincoln Method's secret sauce is its ability to identify areas of weakness for each individual learner. Once the weak areas are known, then correcting any misconceptions becomes relatively easy.
BLACK MATH GENIUS
With the Black Math Genius Course, they teach your child and family Advanced Mathematical concepts, the true origins of Mathematics, and programming for the future. Did you know that the concept behind telling time – Modular Arithmetic – is the basis for cryptography? Cryptography is a high level of Mathematics that can be taught to young students if they have a solid foundation. We’re still graduating high school students that don’t know their multiplication tables or how to convert between decimals and fractions. That’s criminal!
Once your child completes the Black Math Genius course they will have covered the following:
- Exponents, Roots, Logarithms
- Egyptian Mathematics
- Black Contributions to Mathematics
- Philosophies and Principles from KMT
- Python Programming
- Counting in Five Languages
- Algebraic Properties of Addition and Multiplication
- Area and Perimeter
- Solving Equations
- Physics Concepts
- Modular Arithmetic
- Introduction to Calculus
This curriculum is designed for students between the ages of 5 and 12 years old (but we believe even 3-year-olds would benefit from your guidance). Our children don’t have a learning gap. The adults have a belief gap – they don’t believe in our children the way that they believe in White children or Asian children doing Mathematics. It’s EXPECTED that Asian children will be “good” at Mathematics. Black people gave the world Mathematics – our children stand on the shoulders of giants. If they are given the same exposure, they will be great at STEM fields as well, specifically Mathematics. The Black Math Genius Course does that.
Math Education Based in Neuroscience
Struggly is an online math learning platform for children grades K-8. We are called Struggly because we are based in Neuroscience and Math Education research, which tells us that when we struggle it is the best time for our brains to learn and grow— but we know that sometimes it does not feel good to struggle. Our aim is to provide students with challenging math tasks that are also fun and engaging to encourage persistence, strategic thinking, and creative thinking.