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Top Player in Nevada Enjoys Facetime with Education Leader Robert Sun
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Previously Featured Articles



Changing the Shape of Learning

Learning in is often viewed as a linear process. For kids who question their ability to learn, this is a big stumbling block, and puts the onus on teachers to find ways to overcome doubt, negative self-image and prior failures.

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Son of Florida Math Teacher Shines on “Who Wants to Be A Millionaire”

A former math teacher has shepherded many children on to math success, but none more so than his own son, who recently appeared as a contestant on the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game show.

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Robert Sun Speaks to Parents, Students at Calypso Family Math Night

First In Math® creator Robert Sun visited Calypso Elementary and spoke with a crowd of more than 180 guests at the school’s Family Math Night on February 28.

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Junior Journalists Report on First In Math

Souderton Area School District’s Vernfield Elementary has a digital newspaper run by eager students and an amazing teacher.

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Happy Holidays 2016!

Happy Holidays from everyone at First In Math®, the 24® Game and Suntex International.

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Practice Makes Perfect When It Comes to Mathematics – Part Two

Practice Makes Perfect – part two - discusses factors that contribute to an important issue facing educators: studies show that up to 90% of what students are taught in school may be forgotten in as little as 30 days.

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Practice Makes Perfect When It Comes to Mathematics – Part One

Every teacher has seen it. The young woman who completed her homework easily last week is completely confused in class this week. How do students forget new skills so soon after they are taught?

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Use Social Media Tools to Get People Talking About Math

Social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook have become a part of everyday life for most people—including educators—who recognize social media as a great way to celebrate student success, promote school goals, and communicate with other education professionals.

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More than 20 Billion Math Problems Solved on First In Math Site!

Students across the nation have helped the First In Math online program achieve another amazing milestone—20 BILLION math problems solved!

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Bethlehem Area School District to Conduct Three-Year Math Study

Suntex International, parent company of the First In Math® Online Program, partners with the Bethlehem Area School District to conduct a three-year analysis of student gains in fact fluency.

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New First In Math Add-On Offers the Quickest Path to Fact Fluency

Schools who are part of the First In Math family are aware that it builds and reinforces a wide range of math skills through the power of digital gaming—but they may not know that new, premium content is available for subscribers: the VIFs™ system.

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Nursing Home Residents Are Gamers; Love First In Math Website

While at Camilla Hall to rehabilitate a foot injury, Sr. Georgiana Connell I.H.M., encouraged some of the permanent residents in one of the best ways she could think of—through the First In Math program.

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