Volunteer of the Month – February 2020 || Christian ZikpiThe Volunteer of the Month for February is Christian Zikpi Christian is studying at the University of New Orleans for an MS. Mathematics degree (with concentration in Statistics). He is pursuing an actuarial career and is also a member of the Society of Actuaries...
Achieving the Kids and Math Vision: The Mathstery Project
One of the highlights of 2019 was the pilot of the Mathstery Project
In general, the Mathstery project seeks to achieve our organization’s vision: to help kids realize and appreciate the versatility of Mathematics.
Volunteer of the Month – November 2019 || Amos Atanga Adongo
“I am always ready to help others with the little I know”.
Volunteer of the Month – October 2019
“He is passionate about creating a system where students understand basic mathematical concepts and are able to apply them in their everyday lives”.
Volunteer of the month| September 2019 – Magdalene Dodoo
“I joined Kids and Math because of my desire to reach out to others, most especially children and also to contribute in making a difference in society”
Volunteer of the Month |August ’19 – Richmond Duah
Richmond is passionate about empowering especially the younger generation and even his and realized Kids and Math is platform to help him reach a bigger audience.
Volunteer of The month | July 2019
Ransford struggled with learning mathematics until he encountered a good mathematics teacher in his second year in Junior High School who made mathematics easy for him to study
Volunteer of the Month | June ’19 – Christabel Afriyie Akwaboah
.Mathematics is challenging, but a loving experience with a good tutor, consistency and perseverance will create a positive attitude towards learning mathematics. Besides, Mathematics is the Language of the Universe!”
Volunteer of the Month | May ’19 – Enoch Larbifio Addawoo
“One major hindrance to the teaching and studying of mathematics is the misconception that it is too difficult. Pupils are tuned this way at an early stage and get to believe this their entire life if not broken. With this mindset, pupils are more likely to fail at the subject.”