22nd Season of “Do the Math” Airs September 12th
by Thygerson Vaun
by Thygerson Vaun
Aug 29, 2023
Photo Courtesy of Kern County Superintendent of Schools
“Often times, parents and students get frustrated with each other because of the different methods used to teach mathematics between the generations. We try to offer different methods to reach the solution to show there isn’t only one correct answer,” Cushine says. “It’s better to solve one problem, five different ways than to just solve five different problems.”
While mathematics is the core of “Do the Math” programming, the show has evolved into all things STEAM, with an emphasis on how science, technology, engineering, arts, and of course, math is applied within real-world situations and careers. A segment called “Math in the Real World” features on-location segments at local businesses, organizations and other community locations where industry professionals demonstrate practical applications of STEAM concepts in their everyday jobs.
The live TV show will air from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. most Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the school year. Monthly guests from the Bakersfield Museum of Art, Science 4 Kern, and the Panama Buena Vista Union School District’s Music Department will demonstrate hands-on learning with local students. In addition to hearing from career experts around the world, Do the Math is fortunate to speak with experts from the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center.
Free, phone-in tutoring is available from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays by calling (661) 636-4357 or toll free at (866) 636-6284. Students can also email their questions to email@example.com.
For more information, visit www.dothemathonline.net. You can also follow “Do the Math” on social media: Facebook: @dothemathbakersfield, Instagram: @_dothemath_, Twitter: @dothemathbako, and LinkedIn: Do the Math.