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Oct23

Should Homework Be Banned?

Should Homework Be Banned?

We will never get tired of saying it: the battle is not against homework, it is for better homework. On the last episode of the War Against Homework, now in the UK, the protagonist was Gary Lineker, 56, former footballer and father of four who said that homework ‘drives a massive wedge’ between youngsters and […]

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Oct12

Smartick Improves Student Performance with Smartick Coding

Smartick Improves Student Performance with Smartick Coding

At Smartick we are aware of the skills and abilities that children need for the future in an increasingly technological job market. One of them is programming: a language that develops critical thinking, enhances creativity, and contributes to problem-solving skills. Therefore, to further reinforce our method of mathematics we have developed Smartick Coding, integrating programming […]

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Jun06

Smartick Lands in Singapore, a Country with One of the Most Challenging Education Systems in the World

Smartick Lands in Singapore, a Country with One of the Most Challenging Education Systems in the World

At Smartick, we have always been conscious that we must learn from the best and measure up to environments that have education at their forefront. The huge advantage of Smartick being online is that children can do sessions from anywhere in the world. We have had special releases in some countries, and we have just launched in Singapore: a […]

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Apr11

How Smartick Virtual World Games Might Help Your Child’s Math Achievement

How Smartick Virtual World Games Might Help Your Child’s Math Achievement

What is Working Memory? Math skills and achievement are related to a student’s memory, or in technical terms, their mental capacity to encode, store, and retrieve information [1,2]. There are two types of memory relevant to arithmetic operations: Long-term memory allows you to remember facts (i.e. your mother’s birthday), general knowledge (i.e. the sounds of letters), personal […]

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