We are excited to announce the release of a new podcast episode from Connected Parenting featuring our very own Rhonda Hewer!
In this informative episode, Rhonda shares her experience and insights on unlocking math success. From her years of teaching and mentoring students, she has developed unique approaches and techniques that have helped countless learners overcome their math struggles.
Join us as we dive into the world of math and discover how to make this subject manageable and enjoyable! Whether you’re a student looking to improve your grades, a parent trying to support your child, or an educator seeking new strategies, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in now, and let’s explore the world of numbers together.
Congratulations to our Twin Centre Hericanes DropKick Math U13 Girls rep team for winning the 43rd Annual Orangeville Tigers Sweetheart Hockey Tournament going undefeated. Dropkicking Math and winning Gold!
We are proud to announce that one of our founders, Rhonda Hewer, will be a lead speaker at the 2022 NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Los Angeles. The meeting is the largest math conference in North America and is held from Sept. 28 – Oct 1, 2022.
As an expert in her field, Rhonda will lead a session titled “An Equitable Approach to Addressing Missed Learning Opportunities.” Her presentation will address how one school district used lessons learned from the pandemic to equitably and inclusively “widen the zone of learning” in math for students. She will address the missed learning opportunities and educate schools to help them develop an effective system of interventions, beginning by providing targeted support as part of core instruction.
Visit their website for more information about the NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition.
This new series focuses on understanding and supporting children through their math education. Participants can attend via Zoom or in person.
For more information, visit the Stratford Public Library website.
Dropkick Math Academy is delighted to announce our partnership with The Keewatin Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. Dropkick Math is committed to providing the students in grades 4 – 9 of KPDSB with the opportunity to excel academically through our innovative new programs.
Dropkick Math is proud to be in sponsorship with the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board (BHNCDSB) as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. With the help of Dropkick Math, BHNCDSB is committed to providing all its students with the opportunity to excel academically.
Dropkick Math is proud to announce its partnership with the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. WRDSB is committed to empowering all of its students with the opportunity for academic success and personal growth. As a local business located in Waterloo, we are honoured to help with their mission.
Dropkick Math is proud to announce its partnership with the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board (KPRDSB) as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. KPRDSB is committed to empowering all of its students with the opportunity for academic success and personal growth.
Dropkick Math is proud to announce its partnership with the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board (PVNCC) as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. With the help of Dropkick Math, PVNCC aims to provide all its students with the opportunity to excel academically and reach their full potential in mathematics.
How Elementary Math is Taught
Are you confused or concerned about how mathematics is currently being taught to your children in school? Mathematics educator Rhonda Hewer of the Waterloo Region District School Board explains how children are learning math today and why learning through this approach is beneficial to a child’s development and understanding of important math concepts. Parents and caregivers may ask questions and can learn tips on how to help and support children succeed at math.