View the 9 reasons your school should be using Mathletics

Mathletics develops core skills…

Fluency:

  • Mathletics allows pupils to secure number facts whilst also building speed, accuracy and agility

  • Carefully scaffolded questions and models develop both procedural fluency and conceptual understanding

  • Fun, fast paced live mental maths challenges build confidence and motivation

Nine reasons your school should be using Mathletics

Reasoning:

  • Effective questioning enables pupils to explore relationships and explain the reason for their answer

  • Mathletics contains a host of interactive rich learning tasks that have been developed with world renowned academics and teachers to support a mastery curriculum

  • Tasks are open-ended with multiple possible outcomes catering for different ability levels, encouraging enquiry-based learning and reasoning skills

  • An animated maths dictionary equips pupils with the accurate mathematical vocabulary appropriate for mathematical reasoning

Nine reasons your school should be using Mathletics

Problem solving:

  • A variety of problem solving activities and interactive eBooks with videos develop enquiry-based learning, allowing pupils to apply their mathematical skills within everyday situations

  • Pupils formulate mathematical expressions to represent and solve real-world problems

  • Lesson notes for teaching problem solving techniques and strategies accompany investigations for pupils to complete

Nine reasons your school should be using Mathletics
Nine reasons your school should be using Mathletics

Mastery:

Concept mastery has always been at the heart of Mathletics. Activities have been carefully scaffolded to facilitate intelligent practice, help pupils consolidate their understanding and take their learning deeper.

The adaptive nature of activities means that pupils progress through three levels of difficulty of a concept. Pupils demonstrate that they have mastered one level before being moved on to the next, building on their conceptual understanding each time.

Once pupils have answered a question, they are given immediate feedback and can view the worked solution. Questions are marked automatically for teachers, highlighting strengths and weaknesses.

To achieve mastery, pupils must score 85% or more in an activity. This indicates that they have mastered the concept at all three levels of difficulty.

93%

of teachers agreed that “Mathletics supports a better understanding of maths”

Data from independent user survey, conducted by C3 Education in March 2016