# Blog

Looking for new MathTech or checking out what we've been up to lately?

Our blog has you covered.

Looking for new MathTech or checking out what we've been up to lately?

Our blog has you covered.

What is the Singapore Bar Model, reSolve and Conceptua Math and how can you combine them to easily introduce your students to a powerful algebra problem solving tool?

In this month's MathTech Review, we looked at the Math Tricks app and identified how you can use it in the classroom to explore different strategies for tackling difficult arithmetic problems and developing your students' number sense.

Our first year here at Math Mate has been a rollercoaster. They say that building something from the
ground up
is one of the hardest things to do and I definitely don’t disagree. But it is also one of the most
rewarding and
I can honestly say that I am proud of what we have achieved thus far. We’ve come a long way since
launching
*Do Math Good* at the start of 2018 so here’s a recap!

Today, as part of our ongoing series of MathTech reviews, we’ll review Sumaze!: a maths game that encourages students to build their procedural fluency and their problem solving skills with a novel maze puzzle.

For our very first MathTech Review, we thought we’d pick one close to home. Introducing Epsilon
Stream by One on Epsilon based in Brisbane, Australia! A free streaming app full of wonderful,
curated maths content right at your fingertips.

With Epsilon Stream, One on Epsilon has set out to create an experience through which people can
explore their mathematical curiousity. From their Blogs (Curious Epsilon) to their Editor’s Picks,
there is no shortage of interesting mathematical learning to be discovered. Best bit, it’s free!