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For the 21,000 students of Federal Way Public Schools near Seattle, the goal of the district’s administrators is to involve as much interactive technology in learning as possible. 

For grades 3–12, ALEKS is an adaptive online math program that uses artificial intelligence and open-response questioning to identify precisely what each student knows and doesn't know. Educators can use detailed progress monitoring on student mastery of Common Core and other state standards. ALEKS Math courses are available in both English and Spanish.

Year: 
2014

This online program helps students become proficient in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. ExploreLearning Reflex is adaptive and individualized. It also continuously monitors each student’s performance to create the optimal experience for every child. Educators can also monitor and support student progress.

Year: 
2014

This online adaptive math program made up of Common Core-aligned and standards-based lessons provides students with a personalized and engaging learning experience. KnowRe’s interactive learning map looks and feels like a game with its quest-like assignments and star-based rewards. Students can access more than 1,000 math concept videos when they need targeted support.

Year: 
2014

From the nonprofit organization MIND Research Institute, ST Math engages students’ spatial-temporal reasoning capabilities to help them understand and solve multi-step math problems. It is available for K5, Fluency and Math+Music modules, or as a secondary intervention unit, designed for struggling students or as a complement to any math curriculum.

Year: 
2014

Using community engagement, professional development, custom curricula and digital resources, the leaders of Oak Ridge Schools in Tennessee hope to transform the district into a recognized leader in STEM education.

To achieve measured success through blended learning, it is essential for educators to create learning experiences that enhance student understanding through technology. The team at the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools assists teachers at low-performing schools by providing resources such as engaging instructional software that create these experiences.

As we start the 2013 school year, 6,000 students in four districts in New York, Illinois, Texas and Florida will be learning problem-solving skills using ST Math, thanks to a partnership between Hyundai Motor America and education nonprofit MIND Research Institute. Each district will receive ST Math instructional software, along with teacher training and ongoing educational support from MIND Research.

The Conceptua Fractions math curriculum consists of nine units organized into 144 lesson sequences designed around the Common Core standards. The program emphasizes skill building, class discussion, and application of math skills in real world investigations. Administrators can view progress reports at the school or district level or drill down to class and individual performance.

Year: 
2013

This rigorous K5 online math curriculum can be tailored to specific students, and includes manipulative tools and game-like elements. DreamBox’s adaptive learning technology can analyze students’ answers and immediately adjust the lesson, creating a suitable pace for each student.

Year: 
2013

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