Cuemath was born with a vision to help students learn math the right way and overcome the difficulties they face due to traditional blackboard learning.
Its prime focus is to upgrade the quality and strategy for math learning and education.
At Cuemath, students understand concepts through live simulations, interactive whiteboards, math worksheets, and adaptive learning methods with the help of a teacher available for your child at all times.
At Cuemath, students drive their own learning. This is referred to as adaptive learning. Students have their own set of Cuemath learning resources, including online worksheets, interactive exercises, and creative reasoning simulations calibrated to their difficulty level.
As the students work their way through these resources, the teacher's most important role is to maintain and encourage the effort in class.
The basic ideology behind adaptive learning is the ability to modify and customize the learning material in retrospect with a student's performance in question.
“Adaptive learning is the future of an advanced education sector as it provides methods that are unique to the abilities of each learner.”
Benefits of Adaptive learning
One to one conversation: Interaction between the student and the teacher is one on one. This eliminates peer pressure, labeling and drives up the child's effort by making the class more enjoyable.
Create individualized learning paths: By consistently cue-ing and not telling, the teacher develops the student's ability to reason, arrive at answers independently, and thus learn faster and learn better.
Build on prior knowledge: The Cuemath online worksheets start with questions and math problems based on a student’s prior knowledge. Thus without the need for elaborate teaching, the student starts solving questions. Then, they gradually ramp up the difficulty level in the online worksheets.
Greater time efficiency: Helps the child to spend less time solving the problem.
The right sequence to increase learning: Visual, Pictorial and Abstract is the sequence that maximizes learning. Topics are introduced in that sequence always.
An interactive whiteboard helps to enhance the classroom learning experience through the display on the screen.
An interactive whiteboard can be in the form of a standalone touchscreen computer or a connectable apparatus with a touchpad used to control other computers from a projector.
"Students can enjoy visual learning. It also makes the classroom sessions interactive by making the students write, draw, and manipulate images on the interactive whiteboard."
Benefits of Interactive whiteboard
It makes it easier for the teacher to structure lessons.
Makes the learning process more fun.
Increases the level of engagement between teachers and students.
Allows students with various disabilities to learn better.
Brings convenience and flexibility in learning.
With the Cuemath program, your child will get the best-in-class practice worksheets that our highly qualified curriculum team has expertly designed. Our worksheets exist to achieve two goals:
To facilitate a clear understanding of concepts and reinforce the importance of internalizing first principles.
To aid in the retention of concepts gained via targeted practice.
"Worksheets are an effective tool in encouraging the students to engage their brains during class."
The Cuemath worksheets are available for students of all grades from KG - 8.
Click on your grade below to access the worksheets of the topics from the grade.
It gives students a safe space to practice at their own pace.
Help students focus on the specific subject matter.
Make it easier to see the big picture.
Tap into previously learned skills while building new ones.
Help children comprehend and communicate math ideas.
Allow hands-on experience after hearing or reading about a concept.
We hope that you have an idea about how concepts are taught at Cuemath. Visit our website to know more about our program and an efficient way of learning.
Cuemath, a student-friendly mathematics platform, conducts regular Online Live Classes for academics and skill-development and their Mental Math App, on both iOS and Android, is a one-stop solution for kids to develop multiple skills. Understand the Cuemath Fee structure and sign up for a free trial.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How is Cuemath better than home tuitions?
Home tuitions focus on homework completion and exam revision, with little focus on learning something new, or going beyond what is taught in school. However, at Cuemath, we focus on building your child’s fundamentals in math. Home tuitions follow what is taught at school, while at Cuemath, the curriculum is delivered in a structured fashion – through Online worksheets and simulations. Most home tutors are not trained, whereas Cuemath teachers are carefully selected and undergo rigorous training. Unlike home tuitions that have no cap on the number of students, a Cuemath teacher enrolls only 7 to 8 students from different grades. This has two specific benefits - it reduces competition amongst students, while also allowing the teacher to give individual attention to each student.
Which is better: Cuemath or Kumon?
Both Cuemath and Kumon are after-school Math programs. Kumon is to learn maths by a repeated process, whereas Cuemath is to learn math by reasoning.
What is Cuemath Program?
Cuemath program focuses on making math learning fun. A Cuemath teacher acts as a facilitator and helps the student to develop a curious mind.
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