Reasoning Mind Edifice is an online math curriculum for students in grades 6 and 7. Students progress through algebra-oriented lessons, following avatar characters to learn math content and answer math questions. It allows teachers to assign content while monitoring student progress and performance. Reasoning Mind Edifice is available at per student user rates.
Students begin using Reasoning Mind Edifice by logging in to their account and visiting their home screen. From their home screen, students view upcoming assignments, completed homework assignments, and monitor their progress. They then create a custom avatar for themselves in their ‘My Look’ dashboard. Once they have created their virtual character, they select their ‘Blackboard’ dashboard. They then complete the virtual math instruction by answering prompts, watching video animations, and answering corresponding math questions using fill-in and drop down menu templates. Content is organized by lessons, and is facilitated by two virtual tutors. Throughout the lessons, students complete intermittent ‘Speed Games’ to practice newly learned skills. Students receive virtual points for correct answers and completed work. Additionally, students use the tutoring tool to learn through small group discussions with classmates and virtual avatar tutors.
Students monitor their progress by viewing their ‘My Progress’ and ‘Wall of Mastery’ dashboards. They check reporting graphics on individual math concepts, as well as a Reasoning Mind-generated grade for lessons and completed homework to see how well they have mastered the content.
From their teacher dashboards, teachers assign students individual content assessments or assignments, and view student progress and performance from reporting graphics.
WHO’S USING IT
As of May 2016, over 100,000 students are using Reasoning Mind.
Reasoning Mind Edifice costs $20 per student, monthly or $88 per student, annually.
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