Ganiteus, a seed of the mathematical mind.
There is a widespread assumption that the mathematical mind is an intellectual capacity that only some people with exceptional minds have.
It’s possible that this assumption is one of the many negative consequences of a poor teaching of mathematics.
Ganiteus is a method of study of mathematics which provides a very solid basis from which students can develop to their full potential.
It is an individualized method, which in addition to laying the basis for a good learning of mathematics also promotes values such as discipline, self-esteem, study habits, improvement, confidence and concentration.
The students carry out a daily exercise, by connecting to the Ganiteus website and accessing their exercises.
The Ganiteus method consists of more than 100 levels. Students start at a level where they feel comfortable and when they are ready they advance to the next level.
With Ganiteus students can perform mathematical operations with fluidity and accuracy, not only do they learn numerical calculations, but they also learn how to make logical conclusions which they deduct on their own. Also, the different levels are integrated as they advance through the program through the use of transition notebooks that promote logical deduction, resulting in a high academic performance through the combination of all these factors.
"Which of us wouldn’t want to lift the veil under which the future lies hidden, and look, even for just a moment, at the advances of science and the secrets of its further development in future centuries? What are the specific goals that the leaders of mathematical thinking of future generations will try to achieve? What new methods and new facts will the centuries to come yield in the wide and rich field of mathematical thought?"
Opening remarks by David Hilbert at the International Congress of Mathematics of 1900.