Over the past 2 years we have been amazed at how you, our learners, have used and accessed our Middle School Mathematics resources. Your experiences and feedback have inspired us to continue supporting your learning journey with dedicated High School Mathematics resources!
We are proud to launch our ‘High School Mathematics’ course with an exciting series of videos covering matrices. Not only do we cover the core principles of matrices, we encourage you to develop your computational thinking skills! As always, your feedback plays a crucial part in creating resources that optimize your learning experience.
Over the coming months we will be building up our library of ‘High School Mathematics’ with more topics. These will primarily follow 9th and 10th grade syllabi but also touch on 11th and 12th grade. So stay tuned!
Happy learning 🙂
With the year drawing to an end I would like to personally extend my thanks to you for your support over the past year.
In 2013 I started Don’t Memorise as a one-man venture, my vision to create learner centric ‘lessons’ that are freely available to all. Since then the Don’t Memorise team has grown to 12 highly creative and talented individuals all working towards inspiring learners across the globe to want to ‘Know More!’. The combined passion and drive of each of these individuals behind the scenes makes Don’t Memorise the success it is today.
2015 has been an exciting year for us! The beginning of the year saw the launch of our YouTube channel which now averages 70,000 views a month. We now have over 1100 captivating math resources that meet your middle school and test prep learning needs, and the chance to give your brain a workout with our newly launched WARP math series! Don’t Memorise resources are not only accessible on our site and YouTube, but also embedded in over 15 other educational sites. Aside from creating educational resources we have enjoyed interacting on various educational sites helping students solve specific problems. On one such site, Socratic.org, around 12,000 students in 120 countries have had their learning supported by Don’t Memorise to date!
The team and I truly value those of you who have chosen to share your learning journey with us. Your appreciation and feedback have played a crucial part in tailoring our resources and user interface to give you the best learning experience possible. To our many Facebook friends, we are grateful for all the likes, shares and comments which are vital when it comes to spreading our ‘Don’t Memorise, Know More!’ philosophy!
The coming year will see further content on our site to complement the existing Math resources. We will primarily focus on adding content in other science based subjects. DontMemorise.com will also see a dedicated area for educators, with specific teaching resources, in the not too distant future! We look forward to sharing this and much more with you during the next 12 months.
On behalf of the entire Don’t Memorise Team, I would like to wish you and your family a happy and successful 2016.
Your appreciation, feedback and just spreading our ‘Don’t Memorise, Know More!’ philosophy plays a huge part in our success.
With the festive season in full swing perhaps you are indulging in a spot of gift shopping from the comfort of your own home?! Whether you are in India or abroad you can now support our work further whilst shopping online….and at no cost to you!
Here’s how it works. Just click on our FAQ, scroll down to ‘Support Us’ and shop online at Amazon or Flipkart via our site. With each purchase you make we are given some commission. This will enable us to grow our content faster, reach out to a greater number of learners and much more!
Thank you again!
Happy Shopping 🙂
Ever since the sound barrier was broken, scientists have become obsessed with how they can break the light speed barrier! Science fiction writers have given us many images of interstellar travel, but traveling at the speed of light is simply imaginary at present. The concept of ‘Warp drive’, a term commonly used for faster than light travel remains highly speculative.
Whilst we wait for science to advance, take your mind on an interstellar journey with our ‘Warp Math’ videos…….
Challenge your brain’s fitness and whizz through mathematical galaxies with us! Together we will solve complicated mathematical problems in the fastest and most efficient way. Travel through our series of videos on multiplication of large numbers and complex division all the way to squares and square roots and cube and cube roots.
So go ahead, ignite your grey matter with our ‘Warp Math’ workout and travel faster than the speed of light!!
DontMemorise.com is constantly being upgraded and enhanced to give you the best learning experience possible. This time we have gone all out and given her a total makeover. We are sure her new features will get you hooked!
Access resources and information at a single glance with our new streamline homepage. No more constantly having to click to find your ‘learning’, simply scroll down!
Register as a user to access intricate features for creating your own self organized learning environment! Click the ‘heart’ of your favourite courses so they remain highlighted on your dashboard. Use the ‘progress bar’ on each course to keep track of your learning. Select the ‘bookmark’ icon on individual videos you want to refer to again and find them catalogued in your personal bookmark list. Picking up where you left off just got a whole lot simpler!!
Challenge your conceptual learning with our exciting ‘Know More!’ quests…and get rewarded along the way. More on this shortly!
To experience all this and much more log onto DontMemorise.com.
As always we would love to know what you think about our ‘leading lady’! Compliments, suggestions for further improvements and even features that don’t work for you are all welcome.
Listen up, fellow learners!
We at Don’t Memorise have some exciting news! After months of hard work behind the scenes, including putting up snippets of our work on YouTube, GMAT math content is now live on our website!
We have tried to make tough topics such as Time, Speed, Distance and Permutations and Combinations fun and easy to learn. As always, we welcome your feedback, positive or otherwise, with open arms. So keep it coming!
Don’t forget to stay tuned to our Youtube Channel for previews of new content being added in the coming months!