Who What Why at CompuSage
At CompuSage, we aim to develop resources for children who are held to very high educational standards at a very young age. Stimulating, fun and effective resources are vital to developing intellectual success. Batter Up and the National Math Bee offer your child just that!
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
As the world continues to drive innovation at us, our children are further pressured to achieve with demanding curriculum at very young ages. As teachers and parents, we need to be innovative but we also need to find balance between challenge and success in the instructional activities and technologies we implement to help our children successfully master these new demands. With so many new tasks, ideas, and practices, it’s easy to be pulled into the streaming current, setting aside researched-based, time-proven tactics and practices.
HOW WE DO IT
Holding our children to such high standards certainly provides some powerful benefits for their advanced development. Without the right tools, it can be a frustrating endeavor. Proven tools that are fun for students can be the difference for many students. Building up a child’s declarative memory is vital in helping to prepare them for intellectual success. Correctly implemented, repetition has proven to prepare our brains to retain specific pieces of information or convert these tasks into a routine. When practicing math, knowing the basics is fundamental to success with higher-level challenges.
WHAT IS THAT WE DO
For decades, CompuSage has been dedicated to providing evidenced-based instructional technologies through the National Math Bee. Batter Up is the original web-based, math baseball game from the early 1990s. Continuous research and updates provide the most simple, fun and effective tool for our primary age students to master their basic math facts. Check it out today!
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