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​​                                                  PhotoMath’s Philosophy

Theory of Learning (Pedagogy)

We believe learning through experience creates lasting impact because it requires students to not
only understand the concepts but apply them in a way that actually works towards a goal. 
All of our programs operate as continuous projects because of the feelings of accomplishment, 
determination and incremental failure associated with projects build Grit. Students begin to see problems as challenges to be overcome instead of insurmountable permanent fixtures.

Summer camps online starting June 27th!

PhotoMath offers scholarships to kids who may need help to participate in our S.T.E.M. programs. This would not be possible without your help.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

WHAT IS PHOTOMATH?

Photo Math is a S. T. E. M. (Science,

Technology, Engineering and Math)

Program that creates a challenging learning environment designed to help students visualize and reinforce math and science concepts as they explore elements of creative technology. Through participation in hands-on projects in digital photography, culinary math, claymation, computer graphics / animation and recreation, student’s curiosity and the everyday relevance in core subjects are refined. Students visually explore patterns,counting,
shapes, fractions, measurements, ratios, perspectives, geometry, light and optics as they express their creativity and learn successful life skills through our S. T. E. M. program.


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FOR SPECIAL PROJECTS, WE OPEN OUR DOORS TO PARENTS, FAMILY & FRIENDS WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE A PART OF OUR EXPERIENCE.


IF YOU ARE AN EDUCATOR, AND WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PART OF OUR STAFF, please CONTACT US 

Reginald A. Pearman, Jr - Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist whose 20+ year career includes working on staff at The Oakland Tribune, The Associated Press and  Washingtonpost.com. Having contributed regularly to  The New York Times, TIME magazine, and  National Geographic, Reginald’s work is archived in The Oakland Museum and The Library of Congress.

Mr. P (as the students call him) is an influential, enthusiastic instructor who  has mentored photographers and lectured at universities. 

What began as teaching photography at the Bullis School’s Summer Visual Arts program has evolved into  PhotoMathInc, a nonprofit organization that helps students reinforce math and science concepts through creative technology.

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