Math homework can be overwhelming for parents. As the schools push for more sophisticated math earlier, it can be difficult to help. Alexei Beltyukov has developed the ultimate educational tool for parents: Solvy.
This free online tool allows teachers to assign exercises based on the student’s need, which helps with differentiation. The teachers receive notification when the student struggles, so they can follow up in class.
Solvy helps to eliminate homework confusion and gives the students a real world context. This tool is accessible on multiple devices, so it is easier for students to access at home. Alexei Beltyukov made the ultimate math tool, so students can learn and teachers can assist.
Students show their work, so teachers can figure out what they didn’t understand. There is a graphing tool, so students can learn how to interact with a graph. Algebra I has been recently added and more math disciplines to come.
Alexei Beltyukov is an entrepreneur, who has been successful with many start ups. He started his career in medicine and switched to business.
He graduated from INSEAD, a graduate school with multiple campuses across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, with an MBA. He introduced SOLVY at the Educator’s Day, Edsurge tech conference in LA.
He wanted the feedback from the multitudes of educators on his beta version of SOLVY, a tool designed to make the teaching job easier. Launchingnext.com and BetaList’s already recognized SOLVY for its innovation.
SOLVY has no multiple choice questions, so students must show their work. SOLVY is designed based on growth mindset, meaning it encourages mistakes and shows students how to learn from them.
The tool gives students hints to foster a positive learning environment. Alexei Beltyukov has made a tool that has made math easier and more interactive.