ST Math Wins Tech Edvocate Award for Best Math App or Tool
Irvine, Calif., Sept. 16, 202o—MIND Research Institute has announced that ST Math®, MIND’s patented approach to math instruction, has won a Tech Edvocate Award for Best Math App or Tool.
ST Math is a PreK-8 visual instructional program that leverages the brain's innate spatial-temporal reasoning ability to solve mathematical problems. ST Math’s unique, patented approach provides students with equitable access to learning through challenging puzzles, non-routine problem solving, and informative feedback.
ST Math was also a finalist this year in the Best Gamification App or Tool category. The complete list of 2020 Tech Edvocate Awards is available online. The finalists and winners were selected by a panel comprised of two edtech thought leaders, two PreK-12 teachers, one college professor, two K-12 administrators, one college administrator, and two PreK-12 parents.
“All of us at MIND are delighted to be recognized with a Tech Edvocate Award for ST Math,” said Brett Woudenberg, CEO of MIND Research Institute. “This marks our first award for the new version of ST Math launched for the 2020-2021 school year, and it is a great honor for our talented team.”
ST Math has been proven effective while distance learning, in the classroom, or at home. By design, it’s just as powerful a learning tool outside the classroom as it is inside of it.
About MIND Research Institute MIND Research Institute is a neuroscience and education social impact organization dedicated to ensuring that all students are mathematically equipped to solve the world’s most challenging problems. MIND is the creator of ST Math®, a PreK-8 visual instructional program that builds a deep conceptual understanding of math through rigorous learning and creative problem solving. MIND has also developed programs under MathMINDs to provide students, teachers, and families dynamic ways to actively engage with math and to close the experience gap for all learners. MathMINDs includes Family Nights, the national K-12 Game-a-thon, and MathMINDs Games. For more information, visit mindresearch.org.