PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 10, 2013 - MARLTON, N.J. -- Math K-Plus is designed to foster children’s problem solving skills throughout learning and practicing arithmetic: number counting, addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. The students’ parents and teachers are the cornerstone to learning math by supporting, tutoring, and formal lessons. When does Math K-Plus become useful? The answer to this question is two parts: math practice and math testing.
Math practice: students must learn how to solve different forms of arithmetic both accurately and consistently. Students can practice solving math problems as much as needed. If the student makes a mistake, Math K-Plus will show the complete correct numerical solution with an explanation setting the student on the correct path.
There are two forms of math testing: (1) Math test: this is a surprise test. The test results are not saved. (2) Math quiz: the goal of this test is to measure student’s progress over a period of time; this is accomplished by saving test results. All results for a given test can be reviewed at anytime.
About Math K-Plus
I am a certified teacher. This web-site has been built as a means of giving back to society. The site is free to everyone: schools, teachers, parents, and most of all - students.
Kazumi Kopecki, Owner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marlton, NJ, USA