A “symphony” is something characterized by a harmonious combination of elements. Commonly this is associated with music. The integration of all of the different instruments in a symphony orchestra is one example. In the name Symphony Math, the term refers to the goal of our design philosophy which is to integrate a variety of teaching approaches and methods into one harmonious learning experience for each student. Some students need to explore concepts. Some need to work on mastering number relationships. Others need to work on applying their conceptual knowledge. Symphony Math is designed to evaluate a student’s needs and coordinate a variety of learning environments and teaching strategies to provide an appropriate and enjoyable learning experience.
Why is the program called Symphony Math? Print
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