The globally franchised Helen Doron Educational Group developed MathRiders to help students worldwide improve their maths comprehension.
Warsaw, Poland July 20, 2013 After four years of successful growth in Poland, the first MathRiders® annual conference was held at the Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport, June 22-23. Learning Centre franchisees and teachers attended from all over Poland, with the goal of enhancing their knowledge about the international maths enrichment programme.
MathRiders helps all students acquire a firm foundation in maths. Lessons are held in small groups and provide specially developed learning materials designed to enhance logic skills and challenge thinking on all learning levels—even for more advanced students. The programme also helps build better study habits, and boost personal achievement. Learning starts as early as 4 years old with Mathjogs®, the junior program.
Lori Hadari, Business Development and Account Manager for MathRiders commented, “A need for additional maths programmes to complement public school curriculum has been firmly established, and MathRiders makes maths an exciting part of everyday experience, giving students the tools necessary to achieve better grades in school. We are delighted that both parents and teachers have seen the results and benefits of MathRiders, creating new opportunities for the franchise to develop throughout Poland, and beyond.”
The first day of the intensive conference was devoted to MathRiders franchisees and highlights included: an in-depth overview of the Helen Doron Educational Group, presented by Anne Gordon Vice President, Customer Business Development; a talk given by Malgorzata Grumuza, Master Franchisor for Mazowickie Voivodship, on the topic of “Getting MathRiders into Schools,” a very timely topic, as educators in Poland are always looking for innovative ways to teach maths. Additionally, Lori Hadari gave a comprehensive sales seminar to assist the franchisees in promoting the programmes.
The second day of the conference concentrated on MathRiders teachers and included practical, hands-on activities developed by Yudith Mermelstein, from the MathRiders Pedagogic Team. Ms Mermelstein presented the new “Young Investigators” module, developed by the team for MathJogs, which examines practical applications for mathematics in related disciplines for young learners, making it easy for the students to relate these to the world around them.
MathRiders was developed by the Helen Doron Educational Group, operating in over 30 countries worldwide. Since 1985 the Helen Doron Educational Group offers top quality franchise opportunities that stand behind every single franchisee with a comprehensive global business and pedagogic support system, intensive training, updates, seminars, and much more.
For additional information about MathRiders and franchising opportunities, visit https://www.mathriders.com/franchising