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MultiplyIQ is a platform for students and parents to discover learning opportunities. By providing students and parents with information on learning resources inside and outside the classroom, MultiplyIQ strives to spark the love of learning, the currency for success in the future. Technology is changing our life and creating new type of work continuously. On the flip side, some jobs or services may disappear forever. Companies and individuals are adapting to the shifting landscape. It is essential for everyone to keep learning new skills. For children, we believe it is critical for them to develop a love of learning early on. Getting the basics such as writing and math right is essential. The ability and willingness to learn new skill is becoming the currency for success in the future. It is more important than ever to look at learning holistically for children. In the US, students spend approximately 180 days in the classroom. If students do not take advantage of the time outside the classroom, they may not be able to keep up later on. Activities outside classroom are great opportunities for children to discover their passion and talent. For working parents, keeping up with the demand at work and dealing with the shifting landscape in school and out-of-school activities for their children is a daily challenge. The good news is that there are numerous learning resources both online and offline. Our goal is to provide a platform to help students and parents navigate through the shifting maze and discover new learning opportunities. Investment in learning will pay dividends in the future. Invest now.
2018-02-15 12:11
Parenting can be so overwhelming.  I find that often there are just too many plates to spin, too many balls to juggle, too much pressure to get it right. In my field as an educator I&rs&hell…Read More
2018-02-10 11:54
Many monitors ago I went to school—the old one! While I did not like homework and classes I did like the materials—pens, paper, and books. These were tactile supplies that I coul… Read More
2018-02-06 20:41
I woke up to the reality that children and dogs are very similar in their formative years. Have you ever noticed the cheekiness in both and the playfulness in the mud for either? Of course y… Read More
2018-02-01 20:27
This Christmas Story needs a re-write. The ending was too sad for me this year, and not because my young son did not get his Red Ryder BB Gun. It was because my older son did not get enough… Read More
2018-01-30 11:00
My 10-year-old daughter has always been sensitive. As a toddler, minor disagreements with her more robust peers would often end in floods of tears for her, and confusion for her friends. She… Read More
2018-01-25 12:00
Investing in tutoring and exam preparatory classes has become an on-going debate in parenting circles. While some are spending money on tutoring and after school programs, a large chunk of p… Read More
2018-01-22 12:00
My grandfather was diagnosed a few years back with a severe case of dementia. To me, it was the most heartbreaking news of my 2013. Since I lost touch with my parents, I had to grapple with… Read More

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