Blog

11 May 2022 (updated)
The Online Mathematics Placement Test (OMPT)

OMPT is an alternative to offline mathematics admission tests. Learn how these tests benefit admission offices and students.

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April 11, 2022
Best practices for teaching Calculus

Learn tips and tricks for teaching calculus to first-year non-math students at college or university level.

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April 6, 2022
How can educators identify teaching models for modules they teach?

Choosing the right teaching models is essential in this virtualisation context. Learn how to identify the best teaching models for your maths class.

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March 24, 2022
Paragin & SOWISO partner up!

Paragin and SOWISO join forces to share knowledge and create better products. Here we explain why we are taking this step and what it means for you.

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March 8, 2022
Women in STEM: Our colleagues share their experiences

Women in STEM still face many obstacles and need role models. Our colleagues share their experiences to inspire other women in STEM and women interested in working in this field.

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March 2, 2022
Making math more accessible: How to help students with dyscalculia

Math is especially hard for dyscalculic students. Learn more about this learning disability and find out how to help students with dyscalculia in your math class.

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January 25, 2022
Growth mindset in math: How to help your students thrive

Having a growth mindset in math is essential for students to flourish in this subject. Here we explore research about this mindset to promote it in your class.

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December 7, 2021
Beyond assessment: The testing effect and 10 benefits of testing

What is the testing effect? Learn it here and discover the 10 benefits of testing + tips to integrate tests into your class.

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November 19, 2021
Technology in the math classroom: Effective strategies for engaging your students

Instructional digital tools will upgrade your teaching. Learn how to integrate technology into the math classroom and get some inspiration for your lessons.

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