Cerritos, CA (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts (with the highest NAEP math scores in the US) recently funded a pilot study for a group of teachers in western Massachusetts to explore HeyMath! as a potential resource for MA teachers to strengthen their own mathematical content knowledge as well as to enhance classroom lessons and instruction. This pilot study group will review HeyMath! and discuss the tool's benefits and usefulness. Known for the rigorous MCAS high school exit examinations, Massachusetts continues to lead the way in adopting strong learning standards and innovative programs that help their teachers prepare students for life in the 21st century.
How HeyMath! works:
The HeyMath! E-learning program has been designed to benefit both students and teachers alike. Teachers go on-line to access a high quality curriculum that is mapped to state standards, and used by some of the world's highest performing school systems. The program incorporates state of the art flash animation that creates innovative, interactive lessons, peppered with animation, graphics, real life problems and quizzes that are designed to help dispel the fear of math, improve student motivation, and lead to better results.
Founded by Harsh Rajan and Nirmala Sankaran in partnership with the University of Cambridge in 2000, HeyMath! is a specialist education technology company that has been featured as an example of globalization in education by Thomas L. Friedman in his bestselling book "The World Is Flat". More recently, HeyMath! was named by Microsoft as "one of the most innovative software firms in India".
HeyMath! serves the majority of students in Singapore, representing the world's highest achieving math students (TIMSS). Ongoing development of HeyMath! content and technology is done by a team of Indian, British and Chinese math education and technology specialists.
Contact: For more information about HeyMath! visit their website at http://www.heymath.com or email: harsh.rajan@ heymath.com | Fax: 866-425-0153