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Dropkick Math Announces Tutoring Opportunities with KPDSB

Dropkick Math Academy is proud to be a sponsor of the Keewatin Patricia District School Board as part of Ontario’s Learning Recovery Action Plan for Students. Dropkick Math Academy is committed to providing an education that meets the needs of every student, featuring a curriculum tailored to each learner’s individual needs. Our innovative programs offer math programming that will help identify your child’s strengths and misconceptions regarding the four pillars of math. Our certified Ontario teachers are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of their students and providing an outstanding education that prepares students for success in school and in life.

We offer small group virtual programming with certified Ontario teachers ready to help you and your child fight back against your fear of math. Each of our programs consists of twelve one-hour sessions and gets to the root of misunderstandings that, if left unchecked, can develop into larger issues that could affect your child’s educational future.

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At Dropkick Math Academy, our goal is to help children in grades 4-9 improve their fundamental understandings of the four identified pillars of mathematics while building their confidence and belief in their ability to do mathematics.

We offer six different programs centered on the four pillars of mathematics, which have been identified as the main learning barriers to further success in mathematics. Our programs are taught by Ontario certified math teachers, with small class sizes of up to four students. All classes are conducted in a virtual learning environment.

Programs include the option of just the child participating or the child and a parent working as a team. By including the parent in the learning, we build the capacity of the parent to continue to support their child’s math learning using techniques and strategies used in education today.

Our process begins with your child taking the Early Indicators Assessment, which will help us determine your child’s strengths and misconceptions in math. Based on the results, our math therapists will recommend one of our 6 week programs. Programs run for 1 hour sessions, twice per week for a total of 6 weeks. Classes are scheduled after school, weekday evenings and weekends. Once a program has been determined for your child we will provide you with a schedule of available class times. Upon completion of the program, your child is reassessed to help highlight their learning as well as look for further misconceptions in their math understanding.

The KPDSB board is covering all the costs related to your student and billing is completed through the board at no cost to you.

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