While teachers and students have only been using Mathology for a few months they’re already reporting benefits.
One major change is teachers have moved away from low-level thinking worksheets that don’t support the development of 21st Century Skills toward using Mathology's components—such as the Mathology Little Books and Activity Kit—to differentiate for students and help them construct math knowledge.
“We know kids learn from constructing their learning and Mathology really is a constructivist program where kids construct their own learning in many different ways—as a whole class, in a small group, individually and through lots of games, engaging literature, interesting questions and interesting practice.”
“With a nice open question or a game, kids can enter at different ability levels and be successful. They have to think and they have to reason and they have to problem solve. The tasks in Mathology, provide many entry points for students at all levels,” explains the superintendent.