Blended learning is one of the major education models of promoting and creating a personalized learning experience. MIND’s Spatial-Temporal Math (ST Math®) is a great instructional tool to be used in blended learning environments because it provides students with a visual, interactive, and individually progressive approach to math education. This paper covers topics related to the benefits of blended learning for teachers and students, in addition to a description of the various ways ST Math can become a part of a district’s overall shift to personalized, digital learning.
Our very own Tom Vander Ark, also examines the learning plan concept of experience, connect, practice, and apply; a learning plan already executed by hundreds of thousands of students across the United States as a contributor for the paper.
Media Advisory: Better Blends With Visual Game-Bath Math
Who: The experts from the MIND Research Institute, including Nigel Nisbet, Director of Content Creation and Dana Luther, Associate Product Director.
What: Today, MIND Research Institute released “Better Blends With Visual Game-Based Math.” The new white paper covers the benefits of a blended learning model for both teachers and students and describes various ways MIND’s Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math program can be part of a district’s shift to personalized, digital learning, as well as be used as part of a core mathematics curriculum. Along with contributor Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart, the authors also examine the learning plan concept of experience, connect, practice, and apply, a learning plan already executed by hundreds of thousands of students across the United States.
Where: For more information download the paper here.
When: Tuesday April 8th, 2014
Why: Blended learning gives schools the flexibility to create implementation models that meet students’ learning needs in a way that was nearly impossible before.
About MIND Research Institute
MIND Research Institute is an education nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that all students are mathematically equipped to solve the world’s most challenging problems. MIND’s distinctive visual approach to math and problem-solving is the basis of its innovative, research-proven ST Math® programs for elementary and secondary schools. MIND’s programs currently reach 630,000 students and 25,000 teachers in more than 2,000 schools in 35 states. For more information, visit www.mindresearch.net.