Accelerated Math makes the best use of data automation to reduce your time spent grouping students. You can accept the automatic grouping, or make adjustments. These instructional groups make it easy to assign standards coverage for the entire year.
Facilitate meaningful discourse in math practice to encourage students to take ownership of their practice. Talking about math lets students reflect on their understanding and create deep math knowledge. The software provides a list of peers working on the same skill.
Students must learn to think critically—like mathematicians—in order to master math. Accelerated Math keeps students working—and thinking—to solve a set of 6 problems before they see which ones they missed. The right amount of productive struggle helps students learn.
Resources are built-in
The Core Progress learning progression not only helps schedule standards coverage, but also provides resources for teachers and students. These include tasks at DOK levels 2 & 3, instructional videos, worked examples, and a math glossary.
School Districts in California that use Accelerated Math*
|Nevada City Elementary|
* This is a partial list generated through our annual technology systems survey, internet searches, and other methods.
Also, districts constantly change enterprise systems in an never ending quest to find the 'best' of the best. So expect these results to change over time.
If your district currently uses this system but doesn't appear on this list, please let us know by updating your district's info on our annual systems survey: