Mathematics is an unpopular subject. The people behind Paths to Math want to change this and have developed a method that enables pupils starting with grade 7 to learn maths in a manner that is both playful and true to life. The children learn to work on finding solutions together, and sometimes family members are even included. Above all, however, the programme aims to demonstrate why children actually need mathematics and how it can help them as part of their own lives.
The organisation’s website runs short explanatory films alongside interactive tasks. It also provides pupils with tasks to solve and they receive instant feedback. Finally, teachers can also find a number of methods and games on the website for different levels as well as instructions on how to use them.