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Submitted by Tellyn 2278d ago | news

Professor Kageyama Talks Maths Training

From N-Europe.com:

"NOE: Do you have a message for European users of the software?

HK: It makes me very happy that exercises developed in Japan, including the Hundred Cell Calculation and Division Marathon methods, will be put to good use by users in Europe. But I must also take this opportunity to give proper credit to the incredibly talented educators who originally developed these teaching methods – Hiroshi Kishimoto for the Hundred Cell method and Shunichi Miki for the Division Marathon (Hard) method.

I would love to have users experience the fun of learning together with this software." ( Dr Kageyama's Maths Training, Maths Training, Nintendo DS, Professor Kageyama's Maths Training)

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