The Best of Our Social Media in March

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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 all 3-month membership subscriptions during the month of April. Find all the information about the new prices here >>

Netmath Family Edition, it's is a single subscription for the whole family! Take a look at the new subscription prices taking effect on April 1st, 2018.

Posted by Netmath.ca on Thursday, March 15, 2018

 

This month, Netmath celebrated 15 years

15 years working alongside teachers and students. How wonderful! ?

Le saviez-vous ? Netmath a 15 ans! 🎂🎉🎁Enseignants, élèves, professionnels de l'éducation… nous sommes très heureux de souffler nos bougies avec vous tous à nos côtés.

Posted by Netmath.ca on Wednesday, March 21, 2018

 

On 3.14, we celebrated ? Day

With the Netmath chef and his delicious Pi(e)… Yum!

14 March = 3.14 = 𝝅 = Pi = Pie 🥧. A delicious coincidence?For 30 years, we have been celebrating mathematics this day by cooking tasty pies and Chef Netmath really wants to know your favorite pie recipe!

Posted by Netmath.ca on Wednesday, March 14, 2018

 

A new Sonya’s Challenge is available on Netmath

And it will really get those neurons firing!

 

You didn’t see this information come up in your Facebook feed?

This might be due to a change in the social network’s algorithm. We explain it and show you what your options are to keep you up to date on news from your favourite learning platform here >>

Facebook is changing the algorithm for its news feed to show you posts from your friends and family first ❤ And that’s…

Posted by Netmath.ca on Monday, March 26, 2018

 

And our stars of the month are…

The women on the Netmath team!

In companies that specialize in technology and innovation, women are still under-represented and there is more work to do to fix this. For International Women’s Day on March 8, we wanted to introduce you to the women behind Netmath and their different jobs.