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The names on the Wall of Fame are displayed based on the Composite score achieved by the students over the past 7 days.

The composite score is calculated based on their weighted performance in Activities, Smart sheets, Assessments and Question of the Day and Discussion forum posts.

A student needs to have attempted at least one smart sheet or assessment over the past 7 days in order to qualify for the Wall of Fame.

5 points are awarded for every forum post like.

The Wall of Fame is updated every 10 minutes.
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Math Buddy employs VAK (Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic) methodology to help each and every child learn Math in his/her own style!
VAK Methodology

Mathematics is a subject that can be a source of a lot of joy or a lot of distress for students. Don’t we all know some students who dread Math? Or for that matter, don’t we all know some adults who still shudder at the thought of Math?

The root cause of this distress is the lack of understanding of fundamental concepts at a young age!

This methodology also ensures that each and every type of learner in a typical classroom is catered to, and no child is left behind without Math understanding the concepts.


“Learning by Doing” is the core of Math Buddy. Whether it is hands-on instruments or interactive virtual activities, we believe Math is best learnt by doing it. This way, children experience Math concepts in a way they will never forget

After students get introduced to the concept through hands-on exploration, teachers can access the software from the networked classrooms to illustrate and reinforce the concepts. This also helps reach out to visual and auditory learners in the classroom

Students can also sit in front of the computer and interactively play with the activities in the software to further practice the concepts


How does learning take place in Math Buddy Digital Plus Lab?

Learning through exploration and Reasoning
Students work in groups of four or five, to explore and experience Math
Learning through activities, both physical and virtual
Teachers can access the software component from networked classrooms to convert the classroom into a lively discussion session where every child participates
Learner centric instruction, where the teacher becomes a facilitator in the learning process
Teachers can create good quality worksheets within minutes using the built-in assessment database with thousands of good quality questions