On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Dr. Aditya Nagrath, Chancellor, Elephant Learning Math Academy
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We talk about the following
What is wrong with the way the world teaches math.
The importance of public speaking.
Elephant Learning Math Academy.
Why HR is important.
Dr. Aditya Nagrath is a visionary leader on a mission to change the way that the world teaches mathematics. Dr. Nagrath is the co-founded Elephant Learning Math Academy which is a gamification of a proven curriculum. On average, children in Elephant Learning learn 1.5 years of mathematics in 10 weeks using the system just 30 minutes per week.
Dr. Nagrath, at age 14, taught himself C++ and continued on to read books on game development and neural networks which are the basis for modern day artificial intelligence. He graduated from the University of Denver with a dual major of Mathematics and Computer Science, continuing on to graduate school while working full time as a software developer to graduate with a PhD in Mathematics & Computer Science 7 years later.
After at decade in University, Dr. Nagrath graduated to found Elephant Head Software where he lead a team of no more than 10 engineers to bring over 35 different product lines with over 50 different applications to market between 2009 and 2016. In 2016, Dr. Nagrath co-founded Elephant Learning with Professor Alvaro Arias from the University of Denver in order to bring transformational change to America's education system. 3 out of 4 students are not proficient at High School Mathematics, leading to 69% of STEM majors switching majors to a major with less mathematics. Math deficiencies happen completely amongst income lines leading to a preservation of the cycle of poverty as mathematic scores often predict high school drop out and over all scores.
Elephant Learning provides mathematical activities from counting to calculus that are proven to foster deep understanding in mathematics with transformational results for children through all walks of life. Empowerment is understanding the concepts that hold us back, enjoyment in the classroom setting is understanding the teacher.
Dr. Nagrath is also a seasoned public speaker, software developer, social media marketer, and businessman.
Aditya’s Social Media
Company Website: https://elephantlearning.com/
Aditya’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adityanagrath/
Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/elephant-learning/about/
Company FB: https://www.facebook.com/ElephantLearningApp/
I had a conversation with someone the other day on a podcast and it was about a context for disempowerment. A context for disempowerment is the idea that I can't do something. The reality is that I believe human beings can achieve anything that they want, if they adapt to the situation. They take the opportunities that are presented to them. It's important to identify where you're creating contexts of disempowerment in your life. I mean, it's something else and learning now that we're kind of working on that actively because our mission is to empower and if there's a context for disempowerment, then it's very challenging to be empowering.
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