When you ask kids how many hours they’ve been in class or how much homework they’ve done, most people answer that it’s a lot.
They probably don’t realize how much they have missed.
When you add in extra homework and extra tutoring, kids are often underprepared for real life.
This is a big problem for students who are looking for a career in education.
The problem can be even bigger for kids who are starting a new career.
When they start out, they are often unaware of how many other kids have already been doing homework or how many of their peers are already studying the same subjects.
It turns out, these are all things kids learn.
As a result, kids learn about how to learn without needing to go to school or learn math.
The app, called AlterXy, uses the latest computer vision technology to change the way students learn math in the classroom.
It helps kids make math calculations and make decisions without needing their hands.
“It helps us teach our students how to think,” says Amy Krasner, a principal at the Washington, D.C.-based AlterXys.
“We’ve been really interested in teaching kids how to be more independent.
They’re always wanting to be independent.
This app is really going to help them make math decisions and how to do math without needing them to go out and do homework.”
This new app also has a lot of other benefits.
The app lets students easily create a personalized learning experience for their kids.
“Our goal is to create a platform for kids to learn math without having to spend hours and hours in front of the computer,” says Krasners co-founder, Stephanie Sorensen.
“Kids are very interested in learning math and this is the way we can help them learn.”
AlterXy was created by a team of students at Washington, DC’s AlterX academy, which is one of the nation’s top math-based programs.
Sorenesen, a third-year senior, says that it was a great idea to combine math with other social activities.
“The kids that were doing it with math, it just really felt like they were doing something other than math,” she says.
The students at the academy created the app in collaboration with the Washington Post.
For one year, they created a free online program called Aligny, which lets kids learn from books, video games and other video game content.
“It was great to make it available to our kids so that they could go out to the library and do things they didn’t know they wanted to do,” says Sorengen.
Alterxy is free to download and kids can use the app for as long as they want to study math.
“Alteryx is a really smart way to teach kids math,” says Michelle Krasnsen, the founder and principal of AlterX.
“They are learning about how they can be more free and self-directed.”
For parents, it’s also important to understand the potential benefit of the app.
“With AlterX, we’re going to be providing a tool to our students that will make them feel like they are part of a more meaningful and engaging learning experience,” says Lacey Withers, an elementary school teacher at the Alignys in Washington, which has two AlterX classrooms.
“This is a great way for parents to know their kids have the tools to help build that learning environment and make it more effective.”
Alignmenty also has some other educational benefits.
“When you have this technology that’s helping kids become better math and science learners, you can start to think about teaching math at the same time,” says Wither.
“If you can help students get a sense of self-direction and a sense that they can do their homework without needing anyone else’s help, then that is going to lead to better learning for them.”
The app is available for iOS and Android devices, but it has a free version.
And while there is a free trial version, there is also a paid version that lets parents pay $5 for unlimited access to math lessons and tutoring.
Alignyx is available on both platforms.