Teaching is a balancing act.
To ensure each student is learning at their pace, you need to support students with learning gaps, yet provide enough challenge for those who are progressing, so they don’t get bored.
If you’re feeling a little off-balanced, here are 8 ways Mathletics can help.
1. Builds Core Mathematics Foundation and Mastery
Mathletics helps you teach new mathematics concepts and build strong foundational skills with over 1,000 core curriculum activities.
As your students’ progress in their learning, move them to Skill Quests, to develop their mathematical understanding and fluency.
Skill Quests activities are targeted at specific curriculum standards and structured in sequenced steps, to ensure your students are progressing within their zone of learning.
To promote mathematical thinking and get them to apply what they’ve learnt, Mathletics offers 700 real-world contextual Problem Solving and Reasoning questions to choose from.
Lastly, Mathletics helps you review and identify learning gaps quickly by assigning Assessment questions to your class. There are also hundreds of mathematics eBooks in the Mathletics library for offline learning.
Teaching new concepts, developing fluency, promoting mathematical thinking and contextual application, and identifying learning gaps – Mathletics has it all covered.
2. Develops Arithmetic Accuracy and Fluency
Live Mathletics is a great way to improve mental mathematical skills. It motivates students to work on their mental calculation and accuracy through a competitive gaming platform.
Students can compete with a bot, peers from the same class or school. They can even compete with peers from different schools and around the world!
Learning is self-directed in Live Mathletics as there are different levels students can choose from. They can attempt higher levels for that extra challenge, or do the same levels again until they’re happy with their scores.