Student-friendly instruction—videos and whiteboards with audio take students step-by-step through each concept and problem type. Every exercise and assignment has a direct link to instructional support.
Formative assessment—Quickchecks provide immediate, individualized intervention and feedback.
Activities and applications—interactive applications, activities, and learning games deepen students’ understanding and provide an opportunity to apply knowledge to real-world settings.
Kinetic Homework—assessments use math input keys similar to prototype Common Core assessments and reward effort by giving students multiple pathways to success.
Accessible to all students—timely interventions ensure success for all students. Make differentiation a reality with videos with explicit instruction by master teachers, whiteboards with audio support, step-by-step problem solving support, and interactive activities.
Extensive instructional support—thousands of interactive lessons and videos provide whole class, small group, and individualized instructional support, making it easy to provide just-in-time learning regardless of student ability.
Easy-to-use lesson plans—one-click access to resources, including editable warm-up problems, online homework, quizzes, and tests.
Automated assignments and grading—pre-built or customizable assignments. Vary parameters by student, class, or course. Automated grading provides actionable data in real time.
Focus on individual student needs—progress monitoring reports and automated grading allow teachers to pinpoint learning needs for each student and assign effective digital instructional interventions.
Easy to implement—organized to make the transition from print to digital easy. Set up a class, select assignments, and you’re ready to go!
All content is built to meet the Common Core State Standards and implement the Standards for Mathematical Practice
Interactive activities build conceptual understanding and teach students to reason abstractly and quantitatively.
Problem sets with immediate feedback and intervention build math fluency, attention to precision, and use of problem-solving structures.
Technology is strategically used to construct mathematical models to solve real world problems.
Pencil and paper problems and journal activities encourage students to work collaboratively to justify, communicate, and respond mathematically to others.
visual support while the teacher provides the direct instruction
whole group instruction
assign to remedial or advanced groups
use with students that were absent to catch up on the instruction they missed
an effective instructional tool for substitute teachers
acts as a personal tutor for students needing extra support
for flipped classrooms, assign the instructional whiteboards as homework