Well, where do we start? There is so much to see and do within Mathletics, for both teachers and students. We’ve collected together a number of video previews to give you just a taste of how Mathletics can target provincial math outcomes and create successful learners in your classrooms and beyond. So sit back and click play… (popcorn optional)
Mathletics is loved by Elementary schools. A captivating and safe learning experience combining targeted and adaptive content, structured and interactive support, with engaging gaming and rewards – all aligned to provincial curricula math outcomes and expectations.
Middle & High Schools demand an older, more study-focused interface. We’ve created a dedicated interface, specifically for math students from Grade 7 and beyond, to provide older learners with the study tools and math curriculum resources aligned to provincial math outcomes and expectations, allowing them to take greater control of their own learning.
Included with every school subscription is the Mathletics Teacher Console. An intuitive and efficient interface designed to help you address the balance between teacher-led instruction and independent, student-driven learning in your math classroom. Dive in and discover how we’re making it easy for you to be an integral part of the Mathletics personalized learning experience for all learners.
At Mathletics, our team partners with leading minds in education to produce the best resources for our schools.
One of our key partners is Dr. Marian Small, a renowned author, and educator who has worked with our team to create a range of Rich Learning Tasks, exploring a variety of math concepts in engaging and interactive ways.
As a Parent Advisory Council, you may well be considering purchasing the award-winning online math learning resource, Mathletics, for your school. We’re sure you may have a lot of questions. Meet Courtney, a member of the local Mathletics team; and Max, a student who has been using Mathletics in his school for over five years.
The University of Oxford agrees…
Mathletics is built upon ten years of educational research. The University of Oxford recently carried out a study of more than 13,000 schools to assess the impact of Mathletics on Grade 6-level results in math.The study found that pupils regularly using Mathletics outperformed non-Mathletics users in terms of both attainment and progress.
We love enhancing learning with technology. We believe that resources should be there to support and to empower the learning process, not hold it back. That’s why one of our core goals is to give teachers the freedom of time, in not just one way but many. Take a look…
The thinking behind Mathletics: Blended teaching
With classrooms becoming increasingly diverse, we don’t believe a teaching resource should tie you to one method of teaching. We are dedicated to providing a resource that fosters teacher-led instruction and independent, student-driven learning. We believe in empowering teachers with the tools to personalize the amount of guidance each student needs.
The thinking behind Mathletics: Captivation
Captivation happens when something grabs hold of a learner’s interest and empowers them to feel confident, motivated to think critically and reflect on their learning. We’re passionate about a focus on the whole student – and creating a truly personalized learning experience is more than accommodating a mix of learning styles. That’s why we are taking the Mathletics experience to the next level, to truly captivate all learners.
The thinking behind Mathletics: Integrating technology
We understand that the integration of technology into the classroom can be intimidating, time consuming… and frustrating. At Mathletics we know it doesn’t have to be that way. With new accessibility options, Single Sign On integration and an improved experience for tablet users, integrating Mathletics into the classroom is now easier than ever.