These comprehensive programs are built to be flexible which allows you to choose
from a variety of subjects (any number of hour(s) in a day or any number of days
in a week as needed) to design your very own afterschool program. It grants students
the opportunity to thrive and succeed while still accommodating an active schedule.
This STEM Enriched Afterschool Program is the best way to get your students to look
beyond the school curriculum and focus on the competitive and innovative aspects
of our world. It will prepare your students well to be competitive and successful
in the 21st century by gaining problem solving skills and state of the art STEM knowledge.
Each student can pace himself/herself under expert guidance and is encouraged to
advance to his/her full potential. Techniques learnt from MathEdge guarantee a measurable
difference not just in academic progress but also improve confidence, motivation,
and concentration levels that will help build a solid foundation for lifelong learning.
MathEdge’ STEM Enriched Afterschool Program introduces the world of science, computer
programming, and mathematics to the GK-8 students. This program is specifically designed
for advanced students who want to gain a deeper conceptual knowledge of various fields
while getting ahead of the school's curriculum. This program offers many subjects
such as School or Speed Math, English Core (ELA), Public Speaking (Speech+), Science,
and Java Programming. These year round courses allow Elementary or Junior High students
to get exposed to the specific subjects so to get ahead in high school.
MathEdge provides a proven strategy to prepare students for the rigor of Ivy League
colleges. Our approach is based on rigorous content and application of knowledge
through higher-order thinking and reflects the skills students will need to make
sense of problems and persevere in solving them, to reason abstractly and quantitatively,
to construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others, to attend to
precision, to look for and make use of structure, and to look for and express regularity
in repeated reasoning.