Why NotJustMath

NotJusMath Tutoring Center Is the #1 Provider of STEM Educational Solutions

We Help Teachers and Students Develop and Enhance STEM Teaching and Learning concurrently.

NotJustMath understands the STEM challenges that schools and education providers face in inspiring our young people, transforming learning experiences and providing teachers with powerful new resources to empower their teaching, all while managing costs and following the NGSS standards.

Our STEM Education products and services are designed to empower teachers and to get their students excited about STEM with:
* NGSS Compliant STEM Curriculum
* Teacher’s Packs with books and materials
* Online Teacher’s Guides
* Student Courseware
* Workbooks
* Optional Teacher Training conducted by engineers and scientists to build more skills and confidence

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Case Studies

Robert Renick Educational Center Case Study
Robert Renick, a special educational school, relies on NotJustMath to help teachers engage students with 21st-century STEM skills.

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Community Access Center Case Study
See how Community Access Center rebuilds a robust STEM program from the ground up.

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How it Works

Why Our Teacher’s Packs?

Beautiful step-by-step, highly visual instructions and child appropriate materials encourage independent learning through play, and lead a child successfully through each project. Teacher’s Packs of choice used at MIT, U.C. Berkeley and Robert Renick Educational Center of Miami Gardens, Florida. Students love them! Teachers love them even more!

How It Works?

4 Easy Steps! 1. Select your ScienceWiz Teacher’s Packs from Starter Kits. We Offer projects ideal from Kindergarten to 6th Grade Level. 2. Choose Single-Pack option or Multi-Packs Option. 3. Fast Delivery! 4. Happy Learning! Our ScienceWiz projects inspire kids to become innovative thinkers and problem solvers.

What you Get?

Teacher’s Pack with Books and Materials, Online Teacher’s Guides, Student Courseware & Assessment Tools, Workbooks, Your own Science Wizard for Training & Technical Support!

All NGSS Compliant to support
All your STEM Curriculum needs!


Teacher's Packs-Starter Kits
Complete Teacher's Packs and replacement parts can be ordered online at special discounts. Includes access to teacher's guides, assessment materials and Discovery Portals for background enrichment. Call us at 786.529.6284 or contact info@notjustmathtutoring.com to discuss your organization's STEM Curriculum needs or for any Purchase Order Request.

Mechanics, Waves & Energy: Light

Learn about the fundamentals of light: reflection, refraction, microscopes, telescopes, cameras, and the speed limit of the universe.

Engineering: Electricity

Spin motors and pinwheels; Light lights; Buzz Buzzers; Send coded messages; Test what conducts.

Engineering: Magnetism

Learn about the Powers of Attraction and Repulsion; learn how to Detect Iron; Bounce Rings; how to make a Temporary Magnet; see Lines of Force; Construct a Compass; Build an Electromagnet and Control the Polarity of an Electromagnet; and learn how Motors Work.

Engineering Projects: Build and Explore Inventions made with Coils & Meet Mr. Faraday

Build a Motor (20 minutes), Break and Open a Motor, Make a Very Simple Generator ( 5 minutes), Turn an ElectroMagnet into a Telegraph (30 minutes), Build a Radio (1.5 hours)

Mechanics, Waves & Energy: Types of Energy

Radiant, Sound, Thermal, ElectroMagnetic, Gravity, etc., Kinetic and Potential Energy, Energy Transfer, Conservation of Energy and Entropy.

Mechanics, Waves & Energy: Energy Usage and Climate Change

The Greenhouse Effect and Fossil Fuels. The Challenge and Solutions. Solar and Wind and Renewables.

What Students Are Saying

How Students Are Having Fun Learning

What Teachers Are Saying

How Students are Having Fun Exploring

…a rave review from the Women’s Society of the IEEE after using it for camp programs for elementary school students boasted, “The projects actually WORK….even for large groups where individualized attention is not possible.”