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The Methodology of Japan Math
Try, Understand, Apply and Master
When Japan Math’s learning methodology was created, it was designed with the values and beliefs of the Japanese...
Upcoming NCTM Workshops
If you're going to any of the 3 regional NCTM conferences this Fall, be sure to stop by our booth or attend one of our one hour workshops. We'd lo...
YEAR TWO
YEAR TWO is under our belts and we're very happy to announce that we have expanded into New York, Georgia and Hawaii. We have more than doubled our...
BREAKING NEWS: G2 Will Be Available in Spanish
Due to popular demand (thank you San Francisco for being so vocal and persistent!), our G2 Lesson Book and Workbook will be available in Spanish, ...
Japan Math Corp., Expands World – Leading Math Curriculum LineUp in the U.S.
Chicago, Illinois  Building upon the success of Primary Math International for K1, Japan Math Corp. adds Grade 2 Lesson Book, Workbook and Teache...
Happy National Peanut Butter Lover's Day!
Did you know that March 1st is National Peanut Butter Lover's Day? Here are some fun facts about peanut butter:
It takes about 540 peanuts to make...
Try and the Role of the Teacher
When learning about Japan Math’s curriculum, it’s essential to understand the importance behind each of the four major steps in our curriculum. We...
Upcoming Events
Come see Japan Math Corp at the following events this year:
NCEA
National Catholic Education Association
Cincinnati, OH
April 3  5, 2018
NCTM ...
What's The Difference Between Japan Math and Singapore Math?
Here's why we believe that Japan Math is unique.
Student Assessment Tests Now Available with Japan Math’s Primary Math International Curriculum
Chicago, IL – Japan Math Corp has released an Assessment Test package for their globally recognized Primary Math International curriculum. For a l...
WorldLeading Curriculum from Japan Math Corp. Now Available in the U.S. in English and Spanish Language Versions
Chicago, IL – Japan Math Corp’s globally recognized Primary Math International Curriculum is now available to elementary educators in th...
"Explaining" helps check and promote understanding
In order to ascertain whether you really understood what you learned, it is a good idea to try teaching what you’ve learned to others as if you be...

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