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Imagine Math Students Donate to Hurricane Irma Relief in Record Time

Within just four days, U.S. students solve hundreds of thousands of math problems to earn points for charitable giving, donating $5,000 to the American Red Cross Hurricane Irma Relief Fund   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PROVO, UT – September 18, 2017 – Imagine Learning, developer of the widely respected Imagine Math digital curriculum, announced today that Imagine Math students throughout the country earned enough math points in just four days to donate $5,000 to the American Red Cross Hurricane Irma Relief Fund—only a week after donating to Hurricane Harvey relief.
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Imagine Math Students Donate Thousands to Hurricane Harvey Relief

In just twelve days, U.S. students solve over 535,000 math problems, converting earned math points to $5,000 for the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Provo, UT – September 13, 2017 – Imagine Learning, developer of the award-winning Imagine Math digital curriculum, announced today that students across the country have raised $5,000 for the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund—twelve days after hearing about the funding opportunity.
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Charles A. Dana Center to Advise Imagine Learning on Mathematics Instruction

Utah-based Imagine Learning announces a new advisory relationship with the internationally recognized Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PROVO, UT and AUSTIN, TX - September 12, 2017 - Imagine Learning, award-winning developer of supplemental digital curricula for K–12 students, recently signed an agreement with The Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin, a widely respected content, research, policy, and advocacy institute for math and science education. The Charles A. Dana Center focuses on K–16 mathematics and science education with an emphasis on strategies for improving student engagement, motivation, persistence, and achievement, particularly for traditionally underrepresented students.
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Our Summer Math Splash Winners!

When school begins each Fall, it's anyone's guess as to how well students will remember what they learned the previous year. Research shows that students can lose an average of 2.6 months of math skills during the summer. What's more, the average teacher can spend four to six weeks just re-teaching material that students learned previously. Fortunately, those skills don't have to slide. By dedicating just a little time and mental muscle each day, students can strengthen key skills--including those critical math skills--for greater success once school begins again. Enter the Summer Math Splash Challenge
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How to Build Math-Motivated Students

Somewhere right now, a student is struggling with math. But is their struggle productive or pointless? The answer depends on one thing: motivation. The fact is, it takes patience and perseverance to build any skill, such as phonological awareness for budding readers or math fluency for budding mathematicians. But when students are motivated to keep going, they're on a sure path to mastery--even in the middle of setbacks and failure. What Motivates Math Learning? It's a given that no two students are alike. Clearly, what motivates one may not work for another. Moreover, each student needs a variety of problem-solving skills. In math--as in life--there may be more than one "right" answer. Given the complexity of this process, what motivators are best?
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