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  • How can we make Netmath even better together?

    A pedagogical resource that develops through contact with teachers and students Gathering the experience and opinions of Netmath users – teachers and students – is essential for us. It helps us make sure that our pedagogical resource is adapted to the students’ levels, fun to use, easy to access, and…

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  • I’m a Teacher and I’m Helping to Improve Netmath

    How Élise Beaulieu, a grade 3 teacher, is helping our teams to adjust some activities that were too difficult for her students. Netmath is the result of close collaboration between the Scolab studio and education professionals, and this dynamic continues in the ongoing improvement of the learning platform. So, when…

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  • Mission 1: The Lost Talisman

    Practice numbers and operations while helping Aryabhata, an Indian mathematician and astronomer around the year 600.   The Netmath missions are problem-solving activities that stand out from the rest of the content offered on the platform. More complex, these activities immerse the students in an exciting adventure connected with the…

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  • The Barista

    A challenge that will really get those neurons firing! To get ready for a teaching day, what is your favorite drink: ☕❔ 🥛❔ ☕ ➕ 🥛 ❔Sonya challenges your students with this puzzle which is perfect to wake their brains up in the early morning.     Did you have fun?…

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  • The Best of Our Social Media in March

    Here’s what you need to know this last month Did the month of March fly by for you too? No worries, we’ll go over everything that happened this month at Netmath here.   Important news: Netmath Family subscriptions prices have changed since April 1st You could get $10 off on…

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  • How can you make sure you get the latest news from Netmath?

    Social media, newsletter, blog… Don’t miss any news from your favourite learning platform It’s possible that some news about Netmath may no longer appear in your feed on Facebook. Yes, Facebook is changing the algorithm for its news feed to show you posts from your friends and family first ❤…

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  • The Best of Our Social Media in February

    Have you stopped seeing all of our updates in your news feed? Don’t worry, we’ll go over them here! It’s possible that some news about Netmath may no longer appear in your feed on Facebook, so here’s a short summary about what happened in February on our social media. Yes,…

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  • The Women Behind Netmath

    They are designer, business analyst, community manager, author, content integrator, graphic designer, translator, accountant, and they contribute to improving the education of thousands of students.  March 8th is a day that celebrates women, or more specifically, women’s rights. Although women are still under-represented in companies that specialize in technology and…

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  • The People Behind Netmath: Isabelle

    Isabelle and Scolab: the story of a fast-paced evolution! Four years ago, Isabelle joined the Netmath team. So much has changed since then! First in her job, because she started as a customer service representative and transitioned into a business analyst at Scolab. And then in the work environment, because…

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  • The Marble Salesman

    Help Sonya choose the bin with the right marbles. Are you ready to take up the challenge? Sonya faces a shady marble salesman. Only one of the bins contains real marbles. But which one?  Sonya can weigh the marbles only once, and she knows that real marbles weight 0.99g, whereas…

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  • Cool Updates Coming to Netmath in 2018-2019!

    Take part in the evolution of your learning platform. Our teams have come together to propose updates for your favourite learning platform, to make it even more enjoyable to use! We want to keep a bit of mystery for now but you can expect to see some new developments on Netmath…

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  • How I’ve boosted my students’ motivation with Netmath.

    A Math teacher tells us about his use of our digital math resource. “In general my students are good at math and score in the top percentile in our district,” says a math teacher in the United States, Josh Cavender . “Most have…

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