New Lenox, IL (August 20, 2018) — The NLCC will help commemorate the grand opening of Mathnasium of New Lenox with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 6:00 PM. Mathnasium brings fun and effective supplementary math programs for community children in grades K through 12.
The learning center, located at 521 E. Lincoln Highway, focuses solely on math and operates on the core belief that virtually any child can excel in the subject. The Mathnasium Method™, implemented at more than 800 Mathnasium centers in the U.S. and abroad, is a unique program that provides each child with a customized learning plan and personalized instruction in a way that makes sense to them. “Our students will receive the fundamental practice they need to master number facts, build computational skills, and improve number sense, an intuitive understanding of how numbers work,” said Scott Powell, owner of the Mathnasium of New Lenox and Frankfort franchises.
“Our goal is simple: to teach math in a way that makes sense to kids,” Powell continued. “Mathnasium centers across the country have helped struggling students develop into ‘A’ students and ‘A’ students go on to even greater achievements. We are thrilled to be able to bring our Mathnasium Method™ to support the families of New Lenox.”
The Mathnasium experience begins with an assessment designed to pinpoint a child’s strengths and weaknesses. These results provide the foundation from which Mathnasium constructs the student’s customized learning plan. Students learn math in a friendly, productive learning environment and are taught by caring and knowledgeable instructors well-versed in integrating Mathnasium’s techniques with the math curriculum used in New Lenox schools. The Mathnasium Method™ uses a unique combination of mental, verbal, visual, tactile, and written techniques to help children really understand math and has been developed over more than 40 years of practical experience with thousands of students.
Mathnasium students receive the support they need for school homework and tests while building their math foundations. “As educators, we strive to offer New Lenox students a balanced math learning experience: one that fills in the gaps, keeps students on track with math taught in school, and, most importantly, makes learning math a fun and joyful experience,” Powell concluded.
Learn more: http://www.mathnasium.com/newlenox.