In late 2012, a group of engineers with a common passion for Mathematics and an ambition to build a learning environment came together to nurture an
idea and explore the possibilities. The idea and the underlying mission was to provide young students with the tools to boost their reasoning, analytical
and problem solving skills. That’s because Math is not just numbers, it is a concept that's deeply embedded in the real world.
This vision and dream came as iPracticeMath in the early 2014.
What we believe
Every child has the potential to reach the zenith of success if
given an opportunity and resources to hone the skills and explore the untapped potential.
Parents do not have to wait for the report card to know about
their child’s progress in school.They should be able to recognize the strength and weakness and track the progress on a daily basis.
Teachers should look for new ways to tell the same old story. Hence they
should constantly strive to find creative ways to keep their students interested and make learning a fun thing.
Education should be offered for free but unfortunately with the rising
cost in the learning centers, many students are deprived from opportunities that can aid in shaping their future.
Participation in high-quality education programs from a young age can
help foster the cognitive and social growth of children, and turn them into successful adolescents.
Why math matters
Combining Math and Technology can open new doors of opportunities and put today’s
children in powerful positions so that they can take charge of their lives tomorrow.
Mathematics are building blocks for the future and one can harness its
power in solving real and relevant problems of everyday life.
Core Mathematical concepts help children make better sense of the world and widen their horizons.
By building a solid foundation in Mathematics ,children begin to realize the importance of numbers
from an early age.
Mathematics is a gateway to the future the future and a competency necessary to succeed in science,
IT and engineering fields.