## Become A Math Champion

At Tesla Education, you will find the right knowledge that helps you with your studies!

## Spotlights

### Video lessons

Easy to understand explanation videos.

### Syllabus covered

All the topics in the syllabus are covered.

### Assignments

Test papers will be given
every month.

### Learn anywhere

Learn lessons on the go.

##### Introduction

This is a story by an author Mr. Arnold Lobel. There was a frog and froglet living in a home. The Froglet was so lazy that he was not doing his daily chores like folding clothes, washing the dishes, cleaning the reading table, cleaning the windows and watering the plants. Mommy Frog reminded the baby about these things frequently, but he was so lazy and scheduled everything for tomorrow. But he started to think, how can I complete so many works in one single day? Then he was worried and could not sleep for a while. Later, the froglet jumped out of bed thinking he might do some work today. Then he folded all his clothes. He was satisfied for no need of doing this work tomorrow! Then, he washed his dishes and was more satisfied that he completed one more work. Then he cleaned the reading desk and was more happy. Then cleaned windows and finally watered the plants. Hereby, he completed all his works one by one and then had a nice nap.

This story is simple. However, there is an important lesson for children here. This means a big task can be easily broken into small parts. Being tensed or worrying more will not help you in completing too much work. But if you divide it into smaller parts, everything looks simple and will be easy to learn. See the story again, froglet did the work one by one. He did not wash the dishes when he was folding clothes. He just washed the vessels and did not concentrate on other works. That means, it is important to concentrate on one big task and then concentrate on the smaller ones. This is the simple meaning of principles adopted at Tesla Education.

## Kaizen approach

You might not have heard the word “Kaizen” before. This word is from Japanese language and it means “Little – Continuous – Improvement”.
The work which you assign for yourself must be small, it must be of continuous effort and it should attain progress in each small steps taken.

## Enroll for the Maths courses now!

All the courses will be updated continuously with new contents every week.

## Our Technique

We use Kaizen approach to teach Science, Maths and Problem Solving to the young Indian teens. It is a proven technique to administer knowledge in small, scientifically crafted and simple packets of educational material.

## Rohith Chakrathirtha

Rohith Chakrathirtha is a well known Kannada writer in Science and Maths topics. More than 20 books relating to these topics have been published in his name. He started his career journey training the students for competitive exams like IIT JEE and has mentored students for the national level Olympiad. He has written Maths textbooks on various levels such as NTSE, IIT JEE, Olympiad etc. He has participated in several workshops related to Maths and Science as a lecturer and as a resource person.