Today Mathspace has announced an all-new efficacy initiative to support edtech decision-making. The company has committed a free Mathspace class for every teacher, forever. The free access will remove the financial and time constraints that many teachers face when evaluating digital resources for the classroom. It also opens up access to the company’s growth assessment tools, equipping teachers to better evaluate the product’s impact on student learning.
Mohamad Jebara, CEO and Founder of Mathspace, said:
At Mathspace we’ve always pushed the boundaries of innovation for Mathematics teaching and learning. Today, I’m excited to share what I believe will unlock the most innovation we’ve had in more than a decade of research and development at Mathspace.
Today, we’re launching the Mathspace Efficacy Initiative - giving every Math teacher around the globe access to our leading adaptive Math software to use with 1 class for free, forever. This is about unlocking every teacher's potential to innovate using Mathspace.
There has been a fundamental shift in education over the past two years. The pandemic forced teachers to scale edtech really fast. Schools across Australia are now using a host of different edtech solutions every day. Mathspace believes that it’s more important than ever to ask are these tools are actually working.
The onus is on the edtech companies to give teachers the time and the tools to properly measure efficacy. That’s exactly what this initiative is all about.
Over the last decade, Mathspace has developed some highly sophisticated technology for personalising student learning and measuring student growth in real-time. The company has seen enormous gains for students effectively using the program.
The bottleneck when it comes to innovation is not the technology but the time and space for teachers to experiment with classroom routines to get the implementation right.
So we’ve taken the opportunity to create a simpler version of Mathspace that teachers can get started with on their own. And by providing access to one class forever with no strings attached I believe we will do more to unlock innovation than any technological advancement we could make.
The new Mathspace offering will give any teacher free access to their adaptive learning platform for a class of up to 30 students. This free access includes curriculum-aligned textbooks, adaptive tasks, video lessons and growth reporting tools.
“The goal here is to help schools to properly assess Mathspace and to prove that it is effective in producing positive learning outcomes.
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