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Math Beyond Textbooks

UnMath School

location_on India
UnMath School focusses on creating interactive Math based experiences. This gives the learners an opportunity to look at math beyond their curriculum. For the last 10 years, we managed to create such experiences in more than 200 schools across Asia, Middle East and The USA. Our approach: CREI Model - C: Creativity, R: Relevance, E: Exploration, I: Investigation
Math Storyteller & Co-Founder, UnMath School
Mathematics is a language that is spoken by none but misinterpreted by all.

Math Storyteller & Co-Founder, UnMath School


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Updated on May 22nd, 2022
about the innovation

Why did you create this innovation?

Math has been stereotyped as a subject which is all about numbers and formulas and narrowed down to technicals. Math as a subject lays the very foundation of design thinking which is the need of the hour.

Hence UnMath School was started in 2012 to spread the creative language of Math.

How does your innovation work in practice?

To make the learning of Math a celebration beyond boundaries, we intertwine mathematics and fun. We design our lesson plans on the basis of three models:

CREI Model - extensively researched and built to enhance creativity, relevance, exploration and investigation in the field of Mathematics in daily life.

SLA (Subconscious Learning Approach) - The idea of SLA is to highlight how math has been infiltrated everywhere in the trajectory of life and help the students to unearth this language, thereby avoiding the development of the web of myth in their minds.

AR Model - The Acceptance-Rejection approach helps the students to figure out the feasibility of the problem statement before jumping right into the search for a solution.

Our model is an amalgamation of technology and creativity and the fact that we have been able to bring happy smiles in Math classrooms is a testimony to the fact that we are on the right path.

How has it been spreading?

Over the last 10 years, our main objective has been the massive reach to the children in different nooks and corners of the world. The fact that we have been able to create hands on experiences driven by students in an online set up and reinforce the interpretation of the subject in day to day transactions has set us apart and helped to built a strong sense of satisfaction and trust among our stakeholders.

In the next few years, we see ourselves as evangelists of Math as a language, which is spoken as well as beautifully interpreted in its real sense by each and everyone.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

You can reach out to us via
Handphone: +91-9833341473


See this innovation in action

Math Extempore - A Global Competition
A Global competition was organized on the occasion of the International Day of Mathematics on 14th March, 2022 with the theme of 'Mathematics Unites', wherein schools from different parts of the world participated and shared their amazing views on how Math is present in each and every thing around us.
Math Hotspots - Find the Math in your school
Math Hotspots is a humble attempt by UnMath School to identify hotspots in the school itself and use them as a resource for allowing the learners to explore, investigate and find the relevance of Math around them. 
International Day of Mathematics - Let's Celebrate Maths
A Virtual Session on the occasion of International Day of Mathematics was organized on 12th March, 2022 for Math enthusiasts to come up and celebrate Mathematics. The event saw Math enthusiasts sharing their views on Mathematics and also participating in the fun filled activities organized by Team UnMath.
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Show Off Friday - A Team Building Activity
It was the first meeting of the year on January 3, 2022 when our boss and mentor, Mr. Divesh announced that every Friday, the entire team will be meeting up for a ‘SHOW OFF FRIDAY’, wherein one of the team members will be sharing one productivity hack that has helped them to improve their professional or personal lives with the entire team or any fun activity to break down the week-long melancholy. And who knew that the Show off Friday will actually become something that every team member will look forward to every week. Every Friday, we have our team getting together with sharing innovative hacks to increase the productivity.
Virtual Circle - 2 (UnMath Community)
Held on 22nd January, 2022 to get to know teachers from the Math Community and come together to solve problems.
Virtual Circle - 1 (UnMath Community)
Held on 22nd December to celebrate the National Mathematics Day in honour of the respected Mathematicican, Srinivasa Ramanujan
UnMath School launches UnMath District, a program to make Maths simple and creative to students as they go back to school - K12 Digest
UnMath Community: A community for Math Teachers
Team UnMath started the UnMath Community in December 2021, a community that is built for the teachers from the Math Fraternity and is aimed towards bringing the Math minds under a single roof and make the subject more creative, engaging and interesting for our students. We are now a group of 94 Math teachers working towards bringing innovation in the field of Math Education.The community aims to promote creative Math teaching and encourages teachers from all over the world to share ideas and experiences from the classroom. Since the launch, we have had three virtual circles on different themes wherein teachers joined the conversation and helped us in spreading the beautiful language of the Math.
Origami Math Workshop
Who doesn't love to build? Especially when it comes to Origami. Last week, UnMath School organized a workshop for kids of the age group 4-12 years on Origami to explore the Math in it. Our mentors were super excited for this workshop and to make it really exciting for the kids, they came up with the idea of our childhood game, tipi tipi top. The learners made the game using origami paper, explored the geometric concepts of shapes and then made a game of Reach the Target in which the mentor gave them the target and each child had to reach it using the numbers on his tipi tipi top. Have a look at the pictures to get a glimpse of the workshop. 
Math in De-Stijl Art - A Workshop in collaboration with Faber Castell
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UnMath School – Green Initiative in Mathematics
Math Debate S2 Ep1
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Math Debate
Math Debate: Season 1 A legendary competition between schools to showcase creativity in Mathematics. 
Math Talk | Introduction
Math Talks: Exploring how Math is inherent in everything around us
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Math in the City 🗽🎡🗼🎢 A joint Initiative of UnMath School & Classes for Cubs
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Achievements & Awards

January 2022
Collaboration with Alab toys: Integrating Math and Lego
January 2022
Collaboration with Fitze: Integrating Math and Sports
January 2022
Collaboration with Faber Castell: Integrating Math and Art
January 2022
Start Up India Recognition
January 2022
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Math Jam with Fam - Episode - 2
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