PerennialMath aims to discover talent in students through its math tournaments.
Online PR News – 21-October-2016 – Huntsville / Alabama – PerennialMath aims to inspire a greater interest in the subject (mathematics) and a love of learning among students of almost all classes. They also aim to reinforce the mathematical capabilities of students who will become next generation of experts. In pursuit of the same, they organize friendly competitions so that students can learn and build their problem-solving capabilities in an efficient manner.
Students can easily improve their existing problem solving skills and augment their mathematical capabilities. Such competitions prepare students for future success. The competitions (Online Competition, Onsite Tournaments and Virtual Math Tournaments) are engineered to be enjoyable, even for those students who are unable to perform well.
The primary objective is to enrich the teaching and learning of mathematics for students of all grades.
Type of Math Competitions:
• Online Competition
• Onsite Tournaments
• Virtual Math Tournaments
For more information about their online math competition, online math contest, elementary math competition, etc., please visit their webpage.
The mathematical problems are designed to kindle discussion and can be used by teachers and students for mutual study and understanding.This will improve classroom learning and allow both students and teachers to interact with each other. In addition, Virtual Math Tournaments seamlessly increases the interest of students in mathematics and help to develop problem solving skills through a fun competition.
• It is possible to run the virtual competition any time of year.
• The competition is designed to work on almost all platforms
Dr. Sylvia Dean, a gifted specialist and administrator for 26 years in Huntsville,Alabama - the Rocket City (proud home of NASA, Space Camp, Redstone Arsenal, and many Space, Defense, and Technological Companies), created perennial Math.Dr. Dean created PerennialMath to offer students more venues to display their talents and to help teachers develop math skills in their classroom.