Helen Doron MathRiders is based upon a proven, successful methodology that understands children’s different learning styles and opens their minds to the language of maths. Children respond enthusiastically when maths is presented in a fun, intuitive way.
Designed by experts in child development and education, the MathRiders method promotes an understanding of maths through fun activities and encouragement. A combination of small group learning, positive reinforcement, and a dynamic learning setting including games and music keeps students engaged and eager to learn. Research has shown that an enhanced learning environment improves the quality of the process of gaining knowledge or skills.
MathRiders was developed with an understanding of the advantages of both individual attention and group learning. To reach a perfect balance, all classes are comprised of 4 to 8 children. This creates the ideal setting for dynamic learning—small enough for personalised attention and large enough for group activities to be fun and rewarding. This small group, collaborative learning environment has been shown to significantly improve student performance. Students of all ages respond and succeed.
Children thrive in an environment that encourages them and builds self-confidence. Helen Doron-certified MathRiders teachers provide this positive encouragement in the classroom. The feeling of success brings motivation, which in turn brings more success.
MathRider’s teaching methods take into account children’s unique learning styles and use age-appropriate games, movement and music to maximise kids’ natural love of learning.