Does your district need practice material for mathematics? Take a look at Learning List’s review of DeltaMath INTEGRAL.
DeltaMath INTEGRAL is a fully digital, supplemental mathematics program for grades 6-12. Learning List recently reviewed the content for grades 6-8 and Algebra I. The program intends to supplement core mathematics instruction by providing practice problems and opportunities for students to develop content and skills in mathematics.
The program provides a bank of practice problems organized by topic and standard. Some question types are consistent with the STAAR redesign question types in Texas. The problems address general mathematics skills and concepts but do not typically address process standards or real-world contexts.
Assessments are not included; however, the program enables teachers to create assessments based on specific skills or TEKS. Additionally, teachers can customize multiple assignment features to create assignments and assessments for students that correlate to the instruction they are providing. Progress monitoring is supported at the teacher, campus, and district levels.
Read Learning List’s Alignment Report for a standard-by-standard review of this material’s alignment to the TEKS. Learning List has also completed an Editorial Review of the material’s instructional quality, as well as a review of its technology compatibility and support for remote learning. These reviews not only inform selection decisions, they facilitate instructional alignment and curriculum mapping, too. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
DeltaMath is built by teachers. It began with one teacher’s goal to provide math practice problems for his students. Thirteen years later the program serves over 100,000 teachers and over 4 million students.
Information in this section is provided by or adapted from DeltaMath.