The catch-up session
A lot of things happened for Netmath in February. Just before the break, here’s a quick summary of what you shouldn’t miss this month on our social media.
Netmath’s Can You Math Challenge is now open to English-speaking students!
Netmath’s Can You Math Challenge is the largest online math contest in Canada. Carl, the president of Scolab, the studio that develops Netmath, and Richard, one of our collaborators, announced live on Facebook, that for the first time this year, it would be accessible to English-speaking students.
Learn more by listening to their message:
Annonce de Carl et Richard. Carl and Richard make an announcement.
Posted by Netmath.ca on Monday, February 6, 2017
Understanding the Key Attributes When Choosing a Digital Math Platform, first session of Netmath’s webinars.
On February 21st, we gave our very first webinar session. Hosted by Sunil Singh, Math specialist and Learning Solutions Manager at Netmath, this webinar aimed to give you some key attributes to pay attention to when you are looking for a digital learning solution. The next webinar, Release the Joy of Learning, will air tonight, at 8 PM EST. In this second session, we will offer you an overview of the Netmath platform and show how we can help you release the joy of learning in your class! It’s still time to register!
🔴 TONIGHT / 8PM Find out more about the n°1 Digital Math resource in Canada. Last chance to register!
Our first webinar with The Global Math Project is now available!
This month, we also launched a new series of webinars dedicated to the first edition of the Global Math Week, to be held in October. Ten episodes to find out everything you need to know about this major event in the world of Math! Hosted by two mathematics specialists Sunil Singh and James Tanton, the webinars are free and open to all, subject to availability. Episode #2 will take place on Tuesday, March 7th, at 7pm (EST) and registration is online.
Take a look at the first episode!
Our team keeping in touch with you!
Luc, Simon, Sunil and Pierre-Yves from the Netmath team met with teachers from New Brunswick and Alberta at various educational events. A great opportunity to stay informed of the latest news from the field and to answer your questions. Maybe you met them?
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 16, 2017
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 9, 2017
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 14, 2017
And who are our stars of the month… ?
Alex Lianne for this essential reminder! If you want to know more about the benefits that Netmath can offer, sign up for our next webinar.
— Alex Lianne Carter (@CanadianTechEd) February 9, 2017
And thank you Manuela, for following us in the Global Math Project adventure!
— Manuela Prajea (@ManuelaPrajea) February 3, 2017
Finally, here is the solution to Sonya’s special Valentine’s Day challenge!
Fancy taking on another mathematical puzzle? Then click here.