We Keep the Teacher in the Equation™. Conceptua® Math is the only online math solution that elevates the teacher while providing students with personalized instruction. It can be used as a supplement, a core replacement, for Tier 2, or as a special education solution.
Conceptua Math employs a classic, three-part lesson approach in which students make their thinking visible as they engage in the highest level standards for mathematical practice.
Every Big Idea includes a three-part Real World Investigation along with online extension activities. Students learn to apply their skills in situations where they gather authentic data and solve personal challenges.
Research shows that students need to be able to use models interchangeably to build flexibility in their thinking. Conceptua Math's interactive visual models include:
Fact Fluency allows students to master multiplication and division facts under 100. This adaptive learning component uses timed practice and visual models to help students build speed and accuracy with facts in the context of instruction.
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Conceptua Math consists of 15 modules in three areas: Fractions and Multiplication, Division of Whole Numbers, and Place Value.
Typically, 75% of students will pass the Standard Lesson within 12 to 18 minutes. 25% of students will fail the Standard Lesson, giving the teacher an opportunity to engage in a brief remediation dialogue. Working together, the teacher and student instantly craft a personalized instructional path.
Conceptua Math is built around monthly, weekly, and daily cycles as shown below. The program emphasizes skill building, class discussion, and application of skills in real world investigations.
Comprehensive reporting supports teachers in using data to drive instruction. Class progress and student views provide insight into which students are struggling or lessons that are challenging the class. Administrators can view progress at the school or district level to assess school usage or drill-down to class and individual performance.
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