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Kumon East Hanover Introduces New Digital Worksheets: Kumon Connect

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EAST HANOVER — The East Hanover Kumon Math and Reading Center has introduced a new digital learning method known as Kumon Connect! The same proven Kumon worksheets are now available in a digital format. Students must provide a tablet and a stylus to participate in the program, allowing for a much more convenient, accessible, and portable learning method.

This new method has so many beneficial advantages for the students. Assignments are graded daily, so students can correct their work the next day and learn from mistakes more efficiently. Instructors can also replay the students’ work on each worksheet, so they can provide feedback and further develop each child’s skills.

Furthermore, the new digital worksheets allow Instructors to view student progress and adjust lesson plans remotely. This provides students with the opportunity to keep practicing wherever life takes them.

Vishaka, the mother of two of our center’s students, told the center how her two sons, Zubin and Kabir, have been enjoying the program. She said: “Both my boys have been with the Kumon Center in East Hanover for over three months, and their experiences with Kumon Connect have been wonderful. The fact that they can see their corrections the next day is a great advantage. They’re not waiting to be evaluated for a week, which is very helpful, and they understand the app easily. The boys are enjoying it.”

Overall, the program has been very advantageous to the families who have experienced it thus far. The Kumon of East Hanover is very excited to embrace new technology as a center while maintaining the same quality of learning for all students as they have been for the past 11 years.

Speaking of changes for the center, this past January marked another significant milestone for Kumon of East Hanover! The center proudly celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new building, attended by many parents, students, and community members. The event reflected the strong bond the center has built with the local community over the years while marking a new milestone of growth and progress for the business. Hema Popat, the center’s main Instructor, opened the center in 2012. She is a proud Kumon parent of two boys who have moved on to college and the workforce and witnessed their growth through the program firsthand. “I started my Kumon journey in 2012 when I transitioned from a chaotic full-time role in the financial industry to start my own venture with Kumon within my local community. My goal is simple; to provide quality education to other children just as I have done for my two boys. Kumon is an extremely rewarding experience! I have seen students succeed not only academically but also develop their study skills, such as independence, focus, self-motivation, and self-confidence, and become well-rounded capable learners. It is so rewarding to see a student transform along this journey and strike the confidence levels to believe that the sky is their limit!” As Kumon of East Hanover paves the way for a new era of learning, parents and students alike can look forward to a future where technology and education coexist harmoniously, providing a brighter path for every young mind to succeed.

To reach Hema Popat, call (862) 701-5858 or email her at hemapopat@ikumon.com. You can also click here to view the website.

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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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