Developed by Stanford University, the Redbird Mathematics curriculum features the latest in adaptive instruction, gamification, and digital project-based learning. This K-6th grade curriculum is designed to meet the requirements of national and state math standards.
Redbird Mathematics Overview Video
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- Focus is achieved through an emphasis on the major standards.
- Coherence is developed by illuminating connections between concepts and utilizing mathematical structure.
- The three components of rigor—conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and applications—are integrated into the learning experience. Understanding is developed through initial instruction and honed through problem solving. Procedural skill initiates with instruction and fluency is achieved through plenty of practice, including engaging, on- going games. Applications appear throughout courses, in the form of contextualized problems and STEM projects.
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Our web-based course features a combination of multimedia instruction and automated assessment of student work to provide students with a highly-individualized, self-paced educational experience.Content is differentiated and appropriate for varying levels of student achievement, ensuring that all students remain fully engaged during the learning process. Students who are struggling receive specific instruction designed to address areas of additional need, while those who readily master a skill move quickly on to the next concept. The result is instructional software that personalizes learning, helping students at all levels achieve their full potential.