Thinkster has helped thousands of students in 30+ countries improve math skills, become logical thinkers, and boost math confidence.

We have simplified math tutoring and made it count!

Thinkster has helped thousands of students in 30+ countries improve math skills, become logical thinkers, and boost math confidence.

We have simplified math tutoring and made it count!

Our math tutoring program leverages human interaction and groundbreaking artificial intelligence to create
personalized learning
programs. Our technology actually tracks how a child arrives at an answer, something that after-school
“learning
centers” have long overlooked.

We want our students to understand the reasons behind everything. We want to spark their curiosity, make them understand why things work the way they do. We do not want them to agree with us simply because we say so.

Whereas traditional teaching makes students vulnerable to just following steps — they figure out “rules” to “answer” questions — learning through thinking helps them problem solve in a variety of contexts.

- Become aware of content and information
- Absorb what is being presented
- Process the information
- Interact with the problem
- Probe, think, resolve and figure out how to answer the problems

The result? Learning that evolves into lifelong education.

- Become aware of content and information
- Absorb what is being presented
- Process the information
- Interact with the problem
- Probe, think, resolve and figure out how to answer the problems

The result? Learning that evolves into lifelong education.

Think about this: If you’re learning a foreign language such as Italian or Japanese, the process is much easier if you relate the grammar and vocabulary initially to specific context, and then apply those rules to other contexts.

At Thinkster Math, we do the same thing with math.

At Thinkster Math, we do the same thing with math.

For example, here’s a word problem that involves distractors:

You have three apples, four oranges, and five carrots in a basket. How many pieces of fruit are there?

Students have to understand they can’t just add the numbers to get the answer. Instead, they have to realize that carrots are not fruit, and remove that from consideration. This teaches them contextual skills.

We don’t want students to think that numbers only belong on a number line. Four isn’t simply a number that
comes after
three and before five. We want our students to realize that each number occupies a position in space — that
four can
be four units added to each other, or it can be 2 plus 2, or 6 minus 2, or 9 minus 5.

Imagine you’re on the tennis court with a coach. He doesn’t just hold your hand and hit volleys with your
tennis racquet.
Instead, he teaches you to think about the angle of the ball and the different ways you can hit. This is how
tennis champions are made.

Our math tutors have the same goal: To make math champions. Thinkster coaches don’t just observe how our students work out problems. They understand and visualize their thinking using our Active Replay Technology (ART), identify where students make mistakes, and provide guidance so students can solve new problems that improve their understanding of math.

Our math tutors have the same goal: To make math champions. Thinkster coaches don’t just observe how our students work out problems. They understand and visualize their thinking using our Active Replay Technology (ART), identify where students make mistakes, and provide guidance so students can solve new problems that improve their understanding of math.

Imagine you’re on the tennis court with a coach. He doesn’t just hold your hand and hit volleys with your
tennis racquet.
Instead, he teaches you to think about the angle of the ball and the different ways you can hit. This is how
tennis champions are made.

Our math tutors have the same goal: To make math champions. Thinkster coaches don’t just observe how our students work out problems. They understand and visualize their thinking using our Active Replay Technology (ART), identify where students make mistakes, and provide guidance so students can solve new problems that improve their understanding of math.

Our math tutors have the same goal: To make math champions. Thinkster coaches don’t just observe how our students work out problems. They understand and visualize their thinking using our Active Replay Technology (ART), identify where students make mistakes, and provide guidance so students can solve new problems that improve their understanding of math.

We use artificial intelligence and machine learning in our math tutor app to visualize how a student is
thinking while he
or she works on a problem. This helps improve how fast and precisely our teachers can spot problem areas.

This is about being nimble, about innovating and about significantly enhancing learning outcomes!

This is about being nimble, about innovating and about significantly enhancing learning outcomes!

We use artificial intelligence and machine learning in our math tutor app to visualize how a student is
thinking while he
or she works on a problem. This helps improve how fast and precisely our teachers can spot problem areas.

This is about being nimble, about innovating and about significantly enhancing learning outcomes!

This is about being nimble, about innovating and about significantly enhancing learning outcomes!

We know accelerated learning means accelerated understanding of life and opportunities for growth.

We spend each and every day turning our students into Thinksters.

We spend each and every day turning our students into Thinksters.

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”

- Albert Einstein

- Albert Einstein