MathCodes is a coaching method based on the proven fact that ANYONE can do math. At its' core is a focus on creating a POSITIVE student mindset.  Building confidence and motivation is a critical first step when transforming a struggling student into an accountable and informed learner.

Coaches always explain the 'why' before the 'how'...

So the student can do the 'what' on their own.

Learn the WHY first and the HOW becomes logical and obvious.  Knowing WHY is the key to faster comprehension, retention and critical thinking. Every struggling student needs to understand 'WHY' they struggle before learning ‘HOW’ to improve.  When solving a problem, if a student knows WHY a process or rule is required, it makes learning HOW to solve it easier.

This is how a truly independent student is created.

It is important to draw back the curtain on the subject of math to remove its’ mystery. Every student should know why we ALL have the ability to be successful in math. This builds confidence in their ability. And when they learn why math is structured as it is, why it is inter-connected, and why and how it is taught, their fears diminish. 

This deeper understanding can 'unfreeze' how a student reacts to a problem.

MathCodes pulls back the curtain on the subject of math to remove its’ mystery. When students learn why math is structured as it is, why it is inter-connected, and why and how it is taught, their fears diminish. 

This deeper understanding can 'unfreeze' how a student reacts to a problem.

Mathcodes is also a shorthand of mental triggers for simplified processes that students can use to quickly recall and confidently apply.  When math is 'humanized' and populated by characters and memorable stories, rules and concepts assume 'life' beyond the numbers. These simple tools can quickly deliver success, which further builds confidence and motivation.

Mathcodes also reveals proven strategies and tactics to reduce test and exam anxiety, improve classroom performance and reduce home study time. 

With a clear road map for success,  ANY student can become accountable and motivated so they can prove to themselves, and to others, that they CAN do math.

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