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Get More Math is a supplemental online math program for grades 4-8, Algebra I and Geometry. This adaptive program provides sets of practice problems based on assignments made by the teacher, along with a cumulative review that provides spiraled practice of skills previously taught. It is designed to work as part of the instructional cycle, generally as part of guided or independent practice. Instruction, remediation, and assessment are not part of the program.
The teacher dashboard enables teachers to monitor student progress in real time. Teachers can track how many points the students have earned, whether they are working in mixed review or practice, and how long it has been since they have answered a problem correctly.
Read Learning List’s editorial review to learn about the extent to which the material supports differentiated instruction and adaptions for special populations.
Learning List has conducted a standard-by-standard review of the alignment of the material to the TEKS for 7th through Algebra I and a review of the technology compatibility of this material. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
About Get More Math*
The first version of Get More Math was created in 2005. Continually used, refined, and improved by math teachers, Get More Math has developed into a powerful tool for math teachers everywhere.
Josh Britton, creator of GMM, loves teaching kids to think mathematically. Every year since he started as a math teacher in 1996, he has been experimenting with best practices for teaching Pre-Algebra and Algebra. He started developing GMM to help leverage his time in the classroom and ensure that all kids, regardless of aptitude, were able to grow their math skills.
*Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Get More Math.