Russian School Of Mathematics
RSM Virtual Classes
The Russian School of Mathematics is an after school math program that offers an online equivalent for students who do not live near an existing RSM branch. RSM-Online is live, with an expert teacher who will guide interactive online lessons to students in grades 4-10. Participating students join audio-video online sessions from the comfort of their own home and participate in the lesson equivalent to what we offer in RSM local classrooms. We serve areas such as: Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Manhattan, San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and many more cities around the U.S.
Using our Virtual Classroom is as easy as clicking on the link. When you sign up for a free math evaluation, you will meet with the principal of the Online branch to watch your child's math assessment and to discuss any questions directly with the principal. This will also be the best time to discuss your child's placement and the plan for his or her education.
We are thrilled to build interstate learning communities. Today, RSM-Online serves students from over 30 U.S. states: from Wisconsin and Texas, Arizona and Kansas, Michigan and Illinois, and nearly every coastal state: New Jersey, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania - just to name a few.
Our virtual classroom provides math kids with the unique opportunity to study mathematics in a fun, interactive and naturally challenging virtual classroom environment where students both benefit from the progress of their classmates and make friends. Our students know that math is not just about solving a simple math problem. Our expert teachers make learning math for kids fun and explorative. We strive to build and nurture a deep understanding for math and critical thinking skills that will serve our students in the math class and beyond.
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Why choose a classroom environment over a one-on-one approach?
The classroom setting is a critical element of our approach. It helps us to create an intellectually challenging but friendly and supportive learning environment.
Research shows that group learning helps students learn more effectively, pointing specifically to optimal performance in groups of 8-12 individuals. 90% of our elementary classes fit in this range! We have seen first-hand, that students benefit considerably from working together. They learn best by collaborating, competing, and ultimately teaching each other rather than by receiving traditional math tutoring.