5 Adtech apps that make learning math easier

Remember the old school day math “guide” book? Who resolved our doubts by explaining each phase with minute details.

In 2021, we have different apps that are helping students better, where they can click on their doubts and find quick solutions. Today, you can choose from learning tools that help you track formulas and learn algebra, allowing you to solve equations by pointing to the camera.

Here is a list of 5 apps that make learning math easier.

Igebra

{S missionigebra.ai}: Mathematics ++ means “raising happy, smart and intelligent children, who can dream more, learn more, do more and become more”. The team brings 25+ years of teaching and technology experience with the conviction that “math + data + AI thinking” {coding} co-art and intelligence supported ” I5 Smart Learning”The brain reward learning process really brings great freedom of thought and connects children to solutions to the world’s most difficult problems. The passion and purpose is to create curiosity and passion in the minds of children so that they can become leaders and co-founders of future technology startups with a strong foundation of art and intelligence दोन्ही both natural and artificial.

Lido Learning

Lido’s excellent teachers and small classes with a maximum of 6: 1 student to teacher ratio ensure that each child has individual attention and a safe learning environment. Our classes are designed to give you an in-depth understanding of concepts, build practical skills and apply them in the real world, so that children can thrive in school and beyond. Our live online classes include math, science, English and coding for KG to X students. Lido is the best solution for your child. For the best learning experience, the student needs face-to-face interaction with Rockstar teachers, interactive content and a personalized platform. Lido brings these three together in our classroom for the 21st century, which guarantees improved results.

Qumeth

Qumath is a post-school math and coding program for K-12 classes. It is supported by an adaptive learning platform, interactive visual simulation and direct teacher guidance. Qumath has impacted the lives of 200K + students in 20+ countries, and investors like Capitalji, Sequoia Capital, LGT Aspada, Falcon Capital have given some names. The curriculum, developed by experts from Harvard, Stanford, Cambridge and IIT, adapts to each child’s cognitive skills. The guidance of dedicated, trained and certified Qumath tutors leads to more learning outcomes that children answer rather than answer – a method that enhances long-term memory and use of concepts.

Codingal

Their unique curriculum is based on the classification models of BIDE, STEAM and Bloom to enhance cognitive, logical and computer skills. Combined with practical projects, it makes it not only informative but also interesting for children. Codingle sees that each child is clear with each concept before moving on to the next, although this means providing additional classes. Coding ensures that each concept is clear to each child before moving on to the next concept, although this means providing additional classes.

Countingwell

Countingwell wants to address math concerns among high school students (grades 6-8). CBSE and NCERT offer school learning modules followed by a mobile based math solution aligned with the curriculum. Countingwell has designed 20 minutes of ‘math workouts’ per day to reduce screen-time and maximize learning results. Micro-learning modules focus on students and keep their interest levels high, thus stopping the decline in engagement rates.

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