The reason Cuemath is effective – the Cuemath Method
The reason Cuemath consistently delivers learning outcomes is down to the Cuemath Method of learning. In the Cuemath Method:
Children learn by reasoning.
The focus is on helping children actively build understanding rather than passively consume content by simply listening to lectures, presentations, or watching videos.
Visual, Pictorial, and then Abstract progression for all concepts.
The understanding of each topic is built sequentially. First through pictures or physical learning aids to help a child to visualize the concept. This helps build an intuition for the math concept. Then children proceed to abstract problems and apply their understanding to new problems. Apart from that, there are math exercises on the tab that further sharpen the understanding of the topic.
One on one interaction. No peer pressure.
Unlike school, the Cuemath Method does not involve broadcast teaching. There are no more than six students in a batch and these students are often of different ages. So all interactions are one on one. Children feel free to ask questions. They are not judged for making mistakes but encouraged to learn from them.
Just the right level of challenge.
Cuemath has a personalized learning plan for each child. So if the child finds a topic easy, they have an opportunity to master it quickly, work on advanced problems, and move on to the next topic. On the other hand, if a child finds a topic challenging, then the teacher goes back to basics. This gives the child an opportunity to bridge any learning gaps and move ahead with strong foundations.
Cueing. No telling.
All Cuemath teachers are trained and certified to cue the answers rather than simply tell the answer. The Cuemath Method encourages students to figure the answers out instead of having them spoon fed. The teacher will nudge and give clues to help children move ahead. This way, when the student figures out the answer, not only do they understand the concept a little better, but they also get a boost in confidence.