Maltese teachers and students to be the first to make use of the premium version for a year
The social online math game that has been recognized as one of the TOP50 most innovative education technology companies in Europe, is now making its way to Malta. The Estonian game platform, 99math, gets students excited about math in a new way. Over 40 million math problems have been solved by students worldwide. The successful start-up is now ready and eager to start working with teachers and students in Malta. This thanks to recent discussions and negotiations between Mr Tonis Kusmin, CEO 99math and Dr Kenneth Vella, Designated Ambassador to Estonia and Finland. This initiative has the support of the Minister for Education and the Permanent Secretary within the same Ministry.
99math’s mission is to engage students by combining eSports style gaming with solving math problems. 99math is extremely accessible and is already widely used in schools internationally. With internet connection and a digital device, any student can play for free. 99math has also proven to be a great tool for teachers and students during the pandemic by keeping kids engaged in solving math problems and improving their skills remotely.
How Does it Work?
The free math games can be started by a teacher or student at any time on any smartphone, tablet, or computer by going to www.99math.com. There are no apps or downloads, simply follow a link and sign up. With one click you can browse games and start playing!
Thanks to this collaboration agreement, 99math game will be available to Maltese educators, primary and middle years students and parents for free and can be played in both physical and digital classrooms.
Visit https://99math.com/ to learn more about 99math and try it out.
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