Practicing math is good. Learning math is better.
Other “adaptive” platforms tell students when they’re wrong and serve up new problems until they eventually get it right. MATHia is smarter. It doesn’t just tell students what they got wrong—it tells them why they got it wrong. And then MATHia coaches and adapts, combining a sophisticated model of math skills and collecting literally thousands of data points as students work through multi-part — not simple multiple choice or single answer — problems. That’s not frustrating, inefficient math practice—that’s targeted, empowering math learning.
MATHia mirrors a human tutor better than any other math learning software.
Continuous formative assessment and real-time data means more effective learning.
Driven by each student’s unique learning process, MATHia mirrors a human tutor with more complexity and precision than any other math software. Now available for Middle School and High School, including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and Integrated Math I-III.
Why is MATHia so smart? It doesn't just look at answers. It looks at every aspect of the student's work to better understand where they are and what they're thinking.
Like a human tutor, MATHia re-phrases questions, re-directs the student, and hones in on the parts of the problem that are proving difficult for the student. Hints are customized to address the individual student, understanding that there are often multiple ways to do the math correctly.
But learning goes well beyond the individual student. MATHia captures billions of student interactions and leverages all of that data to learn, adapt, and improve effectiveness, both at the curricular and the problem level.
The result? Better learning and deeper conceptual understanding. For all.EXPERIENCE MATHia
MATHia empowers students to take ownership of their learning by giving them real-time updates on their progress. The Progress Bar provides a visual snapshot of each student's progress on multiple skills and ensures that the student masters each discrete skill required before moving to the next.
Better Reporting and Analytics
Detailed reporting, such as the Adaptive Personalized Learning Score (APLSE) Report, provides predictive and actionable data at the student and class level so teachers can better assess student learning and adjust instruction before it's too late to intervene.
In an independent “Gold Standard” study funded by the U.S. Department of Education and conducted by the RAND Corporation, the Carnegie Learning blended approach nearly doubled growth in performance on standardized tests relative to typical students in the second year of implementation. A subsequent study found that student gains were even larger for students who completed more curriculum in the Carnegie Learning Software.
That’s not research-based. That’s research-proven.
*Students completing more than 27 hours in Carnegie Learning Software