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Math Competitions Calendar for 2019-2020!

 

 

A new school year means another year of challenging and exciting math competitions! Students of all ages can benefit from participating in math competitions. Competitive, timed tests allow children to showcase their knowledge and compare themselves to their peers. They can also be a confidence booster and, in later grades, look great on college applications. Scroll down for a list of...

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Math on the go - Happy Pi Day!

What is better, a circle or a square? Happy Pi day!

 

It's Pi day today and everyone is preoccupied with problems about circles and circumference length. A circle, while appearing to be the simplest geometric shape, is also both fascinating and important. Let’s take a closer look at the incredible properties of a circle. What makes it so special? Is it, say, “better” than a square, and while...

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Meet our Curriculum Faculty

At RSM, we believe that mathematics is a language learned over many lessons and mastered over many years. We believe that it is impossible to teach a single lesson without a roadmap of how each lesson connects to the next and how the topics covered in each grade and level will connect with the next grade. Our unique curriculum has served as our roadmap and has fueled the remarkable results ...

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Uncertain Times Call for Certain Math

RSM is on TED! Masha Gershman, our Director of Outreach and RSM alumna, spoke about the roots of "Russian Math," and its key tenet that math can be the vehicle that delivers children to their fullest potential.

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5 Ways to Empower Your Child in Math, at RSM

1. Be patient.

No matter your child’s level in mathematics, RSM is designed to be intellectually challenging. We only grow when we experience victory over challenge, and our program is designed with that in mind. It’s ok if your child doesn’t catch on to everything at first; be patient and supportive. Their ‘aha!’ moment is coming, and it will be glorious. When it does come, use it as teaching...

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