Summer Math Olympiads Turbocharge

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Level up your Math Olympiads skills this summer, with our math camp taught by our amazing duo!

UC Berkeley math wizard, Ms. T and Stanford Engineering graduate, Mr. Miz will take you on 2-week intensive Math Olympiads journey designed for 10-13 year olds.

YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!!!

Competition math, STEM and beyond

Dynamic offers in-person Math Olympiad, advanced high school, and foundational mathematics for 2nd-3rd graders. We will be offering online instruction that includes math, chess and other STEM-related disciplines soon!

We teach contest math for students of all ages, ranging from 2nd grade to adult. Our classes are designed to be fun and interactive!

We use real-life scenarios that teach students how to think. We never emphasize rote memorization.

More than math: special events promote development in music, chess, athletics, team-building, and live performance.

Answers to your questions...

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Is your student interested in opening a world of possibilities?

Learn more about how Dynamic Teaching works, the INs and OUTs of competition math and more by clicking here.

Our Community

We have formed deep connections with our students and parents. Many of our kids have been with us for 5+ years!

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"Today Lucas was very excited. He improved from getting only one correct answer to 100% correct. We are so happy at his math knowledge improvement, but also for how to learn and how to deal with tests and gain confidence."

"You are amazing in the sense that Olympiad math is competitive, but not only do you not scare the kids away, you keep them engaged and interested. My child did not like math before joining your program, but not only does she not complain now, she really looks forward to your classes!"

"You expanded my love for math and all your problems were hilarious to solve. I will always remember your class, thank you."

"Thank you so much for your wonderful teaching! My daughter enjoys your class a lot: it is the only academic class she is willing to attend."

"I found a packet of my old Math Olympiads problems the other day, and wanted to reach out to you. I have decided to pursue math as a career after high school, and am taking AP Calculus BC this year. I also have a goal to qualify for the USA Math Olympiad team. You ignited a love for math and problem solving in me, and for that, I will be forever grateful."

Proven Results

Our students have gone on to study at amazing universities like...

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The Dynamic Teaching Difference

Unique curriculum. We never emphasize rote memorization but instead focus on REAL WORLD problem solving and competition level math.

This is a typical problem our kids might encounter. Can you solve it?

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Here is how to crack it:-

Logic, Divisibility Rules.

Start with the statement that is most restrictive. The final statement indicates that the number we seek must be 3 more than a multiple of 5. All multiples of 5 must end with 0 or 5; if the number is 3 more than a multiple of 5, it must end with 3 or 8.

The second statement indicates that the number must be 2 more than a multiple of 4. All multiples of 4 are even, so a number that is 2 more than a multiple of 4 is also even

If the number must end with 3 or 8 AND it has to be even, it MUST end with 8! Now list the two-digit numbers that end with 8.

18         28         38         48         58         68         78         88         98

Four of these numbers are multiples of 4 (28, 48, 68, and 88). Eliminate those, leaving you with

18         38          58         78         98

Finally, apply the last rule: the number must be 1 more than a multiple of 3. 18 and 78 are multiples of 3. 38 and 98 are one less than a multiple of 3. The only number left is 58, which is indeed 1 more than a multiple of 3.

The answer is 58!

Our instructors show you exactly how to solve problems like this and more! 🙂

Dynamic Teaching In Action

Welcome to Dynamic Teaching. We are a passionate team of educators that make learning fun!

At Dynamic Teaching, we think that education should be an exciting and interactive experience. We strive to build a dynamic learning environment that fosters curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity. Our goal is to empower students to become lifelong learners who are not only knowledgeable, but also equipped with essential skills for success later in life.