Live Review 5.14.22 & 5.15.22
With Po-Shen Loh
We're thrilled to officially collaborate with Mathleague.org to run their problem review sessions. We'll use a new technique we've pioneered to help middle school students learn to love challenging math. We equip brilliant and approachable high school students with the latest technology, transforming Zoom to become unrecognizably lively.
It's as if Instagram Live and Twitch got into education.
On Sat May 14 and Sun May 15, from 8:00–9:00pm Eastern, our brilliant high school co-hosts will go on air. They'll work on problems from the Mathleague.org State and non-US National Championships. The twist: they won't look at the problems beforehand. You'll get to see how expert solvers think on the spot.
Meet the Co-Hosts
Registration is free. Limited to 2,000 people.
Learn Like This
We've created an entire curriculum and academic year program based on this new way of learning. It's designed by Po-Shen Loh, and is serious math. It combines live video and incredible high school students, using our custom technology which transforms the Zoom experience. You can learn every topic in middle school math competitions in this way.
Our goal: enable you to discover abilities you didn't know you had, while loving every moment.
Free Demo Class and Info Session
Prof. Loh regularly holds interactive information sessions for parents, where he explains the power of our teaching philosophy and our new live video technology. He also explains the curriculum, and guides parents on what courses their students should start with.
Upcoming info sessions, with times listed in your time zone. Grayed-out sessions are full. Click to register:
We'd love to talk. We want to help you find the best learning resources for your students. If it's not ours, we'll point you elsewhere. We understand the landscape, and created LIVE because we know it's the best fit for many students. Email us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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