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In the meantime, here’s a short overview of what happened on our social media this month!
Two important announcements that you may have missed!
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We explain why and how to unlock the Netmath Missions.
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Our brand new Netmath booth seems to be a hit.
Coming very soon to trade shows dedicated to education and digital technology in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and New Brunswick!
Petit aperçu de notre nouveau kiosque Netmath ! Monté pour la première fois, au Texas. Vous aimez ?Here's a sneak peek at our new Netmath booth! Set up for the first time, in Texas. Do you like it?
Posted by Netmath.ca on Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Simon Lavallée and Francis Gauthier pay a visit to your region!
Our two Netmathematicians recently visited students and teachers in Ontario and Alberta. Did you see them?
Are you at the @NCTCA Convention in Edmonton? @slavallee_qc and @FNetmath from the #Netmath team are waiting for you at our booth to talk #mathematics and #edtech! #albertateachers #NCTCA2018 https://t.co/6WEho9bdtL pic.twitter.com/Mo731wQ3RC
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 9, 2018
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 14, 2018
— Netmath.ca (@Netmaths) February 13, 2018
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