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Teaching Math to highschoolers.pptx

  1. 1. Developed by: Brian ParkWhite Plains, HS,Janna Kaminskaia iNovum LLC
  2. 2.  The business Vision Addressable Minds… what is it Addressable Minds results from the “Teaching Math to high school students” survey How results are used 2
  3. 3. United States‟ education is on the verge of crisis. American kids show verylittle interest in learning essential sciences like Math. Upcoming generations ofstudents are lacking basic skills to compete in the job market.At the same time countries like Russia, China and India produce millions ofhighly educated, hard-working and motivated specialists.What would make learning subjects like Math interesting to students? Whatwould motivate them? What will scare them away? 3
  4. 4.  The Vision – to give a process of learning Math a new life, new aura, new approach. Make Math kids‟ new favorite subject. Give US Educational system a new insight on how to get into student‟ heads and hearts the best 4
  5. 5. Dr. Howard Moskowitz.Addressable Minds Inventor, honored by the scientific community,... • Is the President of Moskowitz Jacobs Inc. and holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Harvard University. • Won two of the most prestigious awards for research • 2005 Charles Coolidge Parlin Marketing Research Award The “Nobel Prize” of Market Research, received only by the pioneers of market research. Recipients include Petter Drucker, Arthur Nielsen, George Gallup, Michael Porter, David Ogilvy and Philip Kotler. • 2010 Walston Chubb Award for Innovation across all sciences, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, international Awarded for Mind Genomics: …the science underlying the technology discussed in this presentation
  6. 6.  Addressable Minds is a scientific, actionable form of “predictive consumer intelligence” accurately defining consumer attitudes and preferences both stated and unstated. It has been described by Malcolm Gladwell and others as discovering the “DNA of the Consumers Mind”. This patented science created by Dr. Howard Moskowitz, author of “Selling Blue Elephants” (Wharton Press) and the Wharton Business School has achieved critical acclaim and financial success across: ◦ product design and development, ◦ consumer messaging, ◦ more effective consumer engagement physically and digitally. 6
  7. 7. Cuts across traditional segmentation & detects hidden preferences Behavioral Segmentation - Product Usage - Brand Loyalty - Attitudinal Addressable Minds Psychographic Segmentation - Social Class - Lifestyle Type - Personality Type Demographic Segmentation - Age - Gender - Income 7
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  9. 9. Phase I Phase II Phase III Create Develop Use of Implement LiveAddressable Mind Addressable Use with Segments Minds Customer & Prospect Interactions The next several charts will describe what we uncovered about Addressable Minds with potential Teaching Math to High schoolers in Phase 1
  10. 10. IDENTIFY TARGET MARKET DEVELOP SURVEY QUESTIONS INTERNET SURVEY IdeaMap™ StudentsANALYZED SURVEY RESULTS → Addressable MindsMARKET SEGMENTATION MARKETING PHRASES TYPING ENGINE Total Seg 1 Self Seg 2 Seg 3 Seg 4 Personal Sample Driven Online Technology/ Collaborative Touch with Banking High Security Online Seekers Technology Seekers Seekers Base Size: (267) (105) (50) (59) (53) Constant: 31 34 28 31 26 Online Collaborative OC1 Connect online in real time with a customer rep via instant messaging, voice over IP or video conferencing via your computer 0 2 2 5 -13 OC3 Faster loan application process…work in real time online with a loan officer 0 0 -8 12 -8 No more paper mail – we will send you copies of statements by secure e-mail OC4 Our banks customer service reps will help you browse and use our online banking services -1 0 -6 10 -10 OC2 Use our online tool to find and schedule at your convenience an online working session with an expert such as investment broker, insurance agent, and/or loan officer -3 1 -11 6 -12 Securely manage your account by PDA, Internet of automated telephone Online Other ON3 We will answer all your requests in real time by email, instant or text messaging 1 7 -11 3 -1 ON4 We offer On demand status reports for services requests (e.g., Our banks customer services reps will help browse & use our on-line services loan application) delivered to you via e-mail, text or instant 1 6 -4 -3 0 ON2 messaging No more paper mail... We will send you statements and images of transactions securely by email -2 5 -17 -5 2 ON1 We allow you to pay bills securely using your mobile devices (cell phone, PDA, Blackberry, etc.) -4 2 -13 -9 -2 Manage all your banking needs with a state of the art kiosk and be confident In-Branch Recognition that live help is available if you need it BR3 We offer a bank-issued smart card so we can recognize you entering the branch and process your needs faster 4 2 6 -3 13 BR4 Choose a secure eye or finger security scan to identify you immediately in-branch and at ATM 4 3 10 -1 3 BR2 We have the most secure biometric system that identifies you as you enter the branch so we can process your needs faster 2 -1 8 -5 6 BR1 We will recognize our customers mobile phone signal when entering a branch so we can recommend appropriate bank products, promotions and special services -4 -3 -6 -11 2 10
  11. 11.  A survey to serve as a demonstration of the approach Sufficient to show the power of the method 11
  12. 12.  Survey run from January 25 to January 27 , 2011 : ◦ Population of high school students ages 12-18 266 Individuals responded Assessed two major aspects of messages ◦ Students’ interest in various aspects of learning math ◦ How do these messages make students feel? Data reveals the mind-sets of respondents across the United States, as well as „what works, what doesn‟t‟ 12
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  17. 17. Total SampleBase Size 266Propensity to learn math 46Students are more comfortable with the learning from the funny teacher as he/she has less 4intimidating auraMath class goes by very quickly because of the fun lessons 4Humor turns math class into a student club 4Math presentations are set up to prevent any squinting and/or fidgeting to see it 4Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacher has a sense of humor 4Study groups allow learning from other kids which develops mutual understanding 3Students look forward to class for the laughs that occur while learning 2Learning at a slow and steady pace 2Technology keeps students focused, prevents from fooling around 2The symbol for math taught with humor is a smile, and not a frown 2No embarrassment is felt when asking a question to a fellow student 2Learning math in a non-stuffy and comfortable environment 1New and easier methods of learning math are created through teamwork 1When you learn alongside your classmates, you do not feel boredom 1Not having textbooks in class allows students open-minded thinking 0Technology in math class decreases the need for textbooks 0Homework assignments from math class are easily transferrable from school to home 0environmentMath presentations are flashy and mesmerize students 0Technology helps to remove lethargy in class -2 17
  18. 18. Segment Segment Segment 2 Total 3 Conditional Formatting : Winners >+5 in green & Losers <-2 in red 1 Comfort Sample Working Fun able together SettingBase Size 266 105 69 92Propensity to learn math 46 50 52 36Students are more comfortable with the learning from the funny teacher as he/she 4 11 0 -1has less intimidating auraMath class goes by very quickly because of the fun lessons 4 10 0 1Humor turns math class into a student club 4 13 -1 -3Math presentations are set up to prevent any squinting and/or fidgeting to see it 4 -2 14 3Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacher has a sense of 4 10 2 -2humorStudy groups allow learning from other kids which develops mutual understanding 3 -1 -1 9Students look forward to class for the laughs that occur while learning 2 8 -1 -2Learning at a slow and steady pace 2 -6 13 4Technology keeps students focused, prevents from fooling around 2 1 -2 6The symbol for math taught with humor is a smile, and not a frown 2 9 -2 -4No embarrassment is felt when asking a question to a fellow student 2 0 -1 6Learning math in a non-stuffy and comfortable environment 1 -4 14 -2Homework assignments from math class are easily transferrable from school to 0 -3 -2 5home environmentMath presentations are flashy and mesmerize students 0 -9 14 -1Technology helps to remove lethargy in class -2 0 -5 -3 18
  19. 19. Fun Working Together39% 35% Comfortable setting 26%Messaging for one isn‟t necessary going to appeal to the other… 19
  20. 20. Segment Segment Segment 2 Total 3 Conditional Formatting : Winners >+5 in green & Losers <-2 in red 1 Comfort Sample Working Fun able together SettingBase Size 266 105 69 92Propensity to learn math 46 50 52 36Humor turns math class into a student club 4 13 -1 -3Students are more comfortable with the learning from the funny teacher as he/she 4 11 0 -1has less intimidating auraMath class goes by very quickly because of the fun lessons 4 10 0 1Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacher has a sense of 4 10 2 -2humorThe symbol for math taught with humor is a smile, and not a frown 2 9 -2 -4Students look forward to class for the laughs that occur while learning 2 8 -1 -2Students feel thankful for the technology and learn more willingly 0 3 -7 3Enough resting time is given between units for refreshment 1 -2 7 -2Math presentations are set up to prevent any squinting and/or fidgeting to see it 4 -2 14 3Homework assignments from math class are easily transferrable from school to 0 -3 -2 5home environmentLearning math in a non-stuffy and comfortable environment 1 -4 14 -2When you learn alongside your classmates, you do not feel boredom 1 -4 -4 11Technology in math class decreases the need for textbooks 0 -5 3 4Learning at a slow and steady pace 2 -6 13 4Not having textbooks in class allows students open-minded thinking 0 -6 2 6Tests are administered when everyone is ready as learning takes place in groups 0 -7 -2 10Math presentations are flashy and mesmerize students 0 -9 14 -1 20
  21. 21. Segment Segment Segment 2 Total 3 Conditional Formatting : Winners >+5 in green & Losers <-2 in red 1 Comfort Sample Working Fun able together SettingBase Size 266 105 69 92Propensity to learn math 46 50 52 36Math presentations are set up to prevent any squinting and/or fidgeting to see it 4 -2 14 3Learning math in a non-stuffy and comfortable environment 1 -4 14 -2Math presentations are flashy and mesmerize students 0 -9 14 -1Learning at a slow and steady pace 2 -6 13 4Enough resting time is given between units for refreshment 1 -2 7 -2Technology in math class decreases the need for textbooks 0 -5 3 4Not having textbooks in class allows students open-minded thinking 0 -6 2 6Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacher has a sense of 4 10 2 -2humorStudents are more comfortable with the learning from the funny teacher as he/she 4 11 0 -1has less intimidating auraHomework assignments from math class are easily transferrable from school to 0 -3 -2 5home environmentNew and easier methods of learning math are created through teamwork 1 2 -4 4When you learn alongside your classmates, you do not feel boredom 1 -4 -4 11Technology helps to remove lethargy in class -2 0 -5 -3Students feel less intimidated by other students as everyone is working together 1 0 -7 7Students feel thankful for the technology and learn more willingly 0 3 -7 3 21
  22. 22. Segment Segment Segment 2 Total 3 Conditional Formatting : Winners >+5 in green & Losers <-2 in red 1 Comfort Sample Working Fun able together SettingBase Size 266 105 69 92Propensity to learn math 46 50 52 36When you learn alongside your classmates, you do not feel boredom 1 -4 -4 11Tests are administered when everyone is ready as learning takes place in groups 0 -7 -2 10Study groups allow learning from other kids which develops mutual understanding 3 -1 -1 9Students feel less intimidated by other students as everyone is working together 1 0 -7 7Not having textbooks in class allows students open-minded thinking 0 -6 2 6Technology keeps students focused, prevents from fooling around 2 1 -2 6No embarrassment is felt when asking a question to a fellow student 2 0 -1 6Homework assignments from math class are easily transferrable from school to 0 -3 -2 5home environmentNew and easier methods of learning math are created through teamwork 1 2 -4 4Learning math in a non-stuffy and comfortable environment 1 -4 14 -2Students look forward to class for the laughs that occur while learning 2 8 -1 -2Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacher has a sense of 4 10 2 -2humorHumor turns math class into a student club 4 13 -1 -3Technology helps to remove lethargy in class -2 0 -5 -3The symbol for math taught with humor is a smile, and not a frown 2 9 -2 -4 22
  23. 23. Somewhat Disinterest Eager Comfortable Interested Uncertain edEagerStudents are more comfortable with the learning from the funnyteacher as he/she has less intimidating aura 9 5 7 4 5Math class goes by very quickly because of the fun lessons 9 6 7 3 5Students get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacherhas a sense of humor 8 5 7 6 6ComfortableTechnology helps to remove lethargy in class 6 12 12 4 2Learning at a slow and steady pace 5 12 8 6 3Math presentations are flashy and mesmerize students 6 10 9 4 4Somewhat InterestedStudents feel less intimidated by other students as everyone isworking together 5 6 14 2 6Technology helps to remove lethargy in class 6 12 12 4 2Technology in math class decreases the need for textbooks 7 8 12 4 4UncertainMath presentations are set up to prevent any squinting and/orfidgeting to see it 4 10 10 6 3Study groups allow learning from other kids which develops mutualunderstanding 5 8 10 6 3Students feel thankful for the technology and learn more willingly 8 7 10 6 3DisinterestedStudents get in less trouble with their teacher because the teacherhas a sense of humor 8 5 7 6 6Students feel less intimidated by other students as everyone isworking together 5 6 14 2 6Humor turns math class into a student club 7 8 8 5 5 23
  24. 24. You meet a high school student in a class. How do you find the right teaching approach to that student? How to uncover mind-set to correctly classify a person who you’ve never met before?Knowing the specifics guides you…what to say and do 24
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  32. 32. Typing Tool Linkhttp://www.mjiweb.com/mjitt/QC_Math/index.htm 32
  33. 33.  The use of Addressable Minds for teaching math to high school students identifies three distinct segments with each segment having different hot buttons Schools across US can adapt the use of this technique to improve attitude towards learning math and other subjects as well as to make teaching process more effective 33

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