Designed as a teacher-guided, self-paced, full curriculum and standard-based learning tool, NCLB Math creates a learning environment in which students can explore, visualize and appreciate mathematics. The unique combination of 3D animation and exercises will ensure all math students to acquire necessary conceptual understanding and computational skills to achieve NCLB.
To ensure No Child Left Behind, we all need to meet the extraordinary challenge of bringing a diverse student body to the same desired level of academic achievement. To succeed, it is essential for us to be able to bring those, who are already behind, to the same academic level in a short period of time. To accomplish this goal, NCLB MathTM Series is designed to help students overcome the psychological obstacle "I can't do math." In addition, this series is also designed to help eliminate the humanly impossible task of memorizing seemingly unrelated math concepts, countless dry procedures, and endless abstract formulas with brute force.
Research has repeatedly confirmed that human mind is formed to always seek reasoning. Learning mathematics via blind manipulation of symbols and rote-memorizing will not be long-lasting and will always fail. Based on these findings, NCLB MathTM Series offers a convergent approach to help students master the concept that most seemingly unrelated math facts all originate from a few familiar patterns.
Guided by the NCTM and each individual state math standards, NCLB MathTM Series help students:
1. Gain deep conceptual understanding through the full curriculum content, visual and auditory components, and
carefully selected interactive experiments;
2. Improve computational skills by algorithmly generated procedure demonstrations and practice modules as well
as interactive multiple choice exercises; and
3. Develop problem-solving skills through specifically designed environment.
With feedback from classroom teachers, NCLB MathTM Series is determined to become a teacher's best personal assistant to help ensure No Child Left Behind in math!