Vmath is a supplemental math program that has been available since 2006 that was designed to be used as an intervention for grades 2-8. It includes a combination of curriculum materials meant to be delivered by teachers in daily 30- to 45-minute blocks, as well as an online component (Vmath Live) that complements the offline instruction but can also be used separately, including at home (either for free through a school’s site license or by paying for per-student access for a full or partial school year). Each Vmath lesson walks students through observation, guided practice, independent practice and assessment, with immediate feedback along the way.
Interactive lessons are aligned with state and Common Core standards, and teach concepts explicitly and sequentially, while competitive games let students practice against each other (or against the computer) in exchange for virtual points, badges and trophies.
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