# Blog

• ### Sonya and Friends

Let’s start the week with a little brain teaser! Sonya recently created a group for people who love math. The members are introducing themselves and shaking hands so that every member will shake hands with all the others only once.    How many handshakes in total would there be if Sonya’s group was…

• ### The People Behind Netmath: Jean-François and Jeffrey

A dynamic duo that support and help our users   Do you have a question or need help? Jean-François and Jeffrey are there to answer your questions and support you in your use of Netmath. Every day, they are committed to guaranteeing you a quality experience with cheerful and communicative…

• ### Sonya’s Machine

A new challenge in 6 levels! Sonya invented a machine that chooses a rule and applies it to all the numbers that we propose. Can you find the rule?   Level 1 Sonya puts the numbers one by one into the machine. Observe what happens:   What would be the…

• ### A Little Train Chugs Along

A new puzzle to solve! It has been a while since Sonya challenged you with one of her little puzzles. As the holiday season is coming, she decided to offer you a brand new one that will make you travel! Enjoy your gift! Train A can travel at 99 km/h and…

• ### 2017: Looking back on an inspiring year!

Let’s Rewind! For the Netmath team, 2017 was full of engaging events. We had the opportunity to organize several great projects that celebrated learning mathematics by mobilizing thousands, even millions, of teachers and students in Canada and around the world.   For the Netmath’s Can You Math? Challenge 2017, organized by our team,…

• ### Taking Full Advantage of Netmath When You Are a Gifted Student in Math.

How Stéphane Normandeau jumped a level using Netmath. Stéphane is 15 years old. He wants to be a businessman, accountant, or engineer, and he’s sure to achieve that dream. In grade 8, he decided to speed things up a bit and pass the grade 9 exam! To do this, he…

• ### The Best of our Social Media in November

Catch-up session November was a busy month for everyone, including us. So, as we know you can not be on all fronts, here’s a quick summary of what you shouldn’t miss this month on our social media.   Netmath app update available on the iPad The 1.13.3 version was released…

• ### The People Behind Netmath: Émilie

Guarantee our users an enjoyable and easy-to-use interface. Emilie recently joined Scolab to strengthen our design team. Currently, she is working on a new version of Netmath, but we’ll tell you more about that another time… For now, we will let you get acquainted! . Me at Scolab I have…

• ### The Best of our Social Media in October

What should not be missed this month A lot of things happened for Netmath in October. So, here’s a quick summary of what you may have missed this month on our social media.   The month of October was all about the Global Math Week The month started strong with…

• ### 3 Things to Do to Celebrate Halloween with Netmath!

Students + Maths + Halloween = …   Halloween is for sure one of the favorite celebrations of the Netmath team. So, we offer you to celebrate it together with 3 little activities very simple to organize in your class.   Step 1: decorate your classroom for Halloween Kahmon, Oscario…

• ### 2017 Global Math Week: Already More Than One Million Participants

Make your students part of it! Beginning yesterday and continuing until next Tuesday, teachers, students, and other math lovers have been exploring the various islands available on the explodingdots.org platform, trying to explode the greatest number of dots. And…KAPOW! There are already more than ONE MILLION PARTICIPANTS WORLDWIDE! As the mathematician James Tanton…

• ### I Want to Take Part in the Global Math Week. How Can I Do?

Follow these 4 steps and join the adventure!       To go further, mathematician James Tanton, who popularized “Exploding Dots”,  answers all the question you may have about the Global Math Week in 8 short videos CLICK HERE>>

• ### Exploding Dots: James Tanton answers all your questions

Global Math Week 2017 *Article disponible seulement en anglais The first Global Math Week is dedicated to “Exploding Dots” popularized by Mathematician JAMES TANTON, which is already generating wonder and surprise in schools and communities around the world. James Tanton took the time to answer all the questions you could ask about this amazing experience…

• ### The Best of Our Social Media in June

An End of Year Full of Surprises Completing the program, revising, correcting exams, and saying goodbye to your students for the summer… June, the period between the end of year exams and the beginning of the holidays, was a month full of emotions! After Netmath’s Can You Math Challenge, our team…

• ### The People Behind Netmath: Guillaume

Recruiting the driving forces of the team and ensuring the proper functioning of Scolab Guillaume is the human resources and finance manager at Scolab. He is responsible for finding new talent whose skills will have a direct impact on improving the education of thousands of students. He is also responsible…

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