Whether your instructional model is direct to whole class, blended, or small group, TenMarks Math is customizable to meet your needs. Our curriculum can be tailored to your scope and sequence and is designed to help you reach every student on his or her unique learning pathway.
A new study by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) suggests that TenMarks Math usage improved average math performance by 8 percentile points on state tests.*Learn more
We have just the thing: Labs! Students will learn through exploration, trial and error, and open-ended questions designed to promote discussion and debate. Or they can simply play with math!
Created by education experts, TenMarks Math won the 2015 CODiE award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution from the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).
Because student engagement is a key predictor of learning success, we've created a program where students can master math concepts in a rigorous and supportive environment. The program helps students succeed with hints, videos, amplifiers, and game mechanics that foster intrinsic motivation.
TenMarks Math provides research-based instructional resources to help you reach every student. We've incorporated best practices from Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to ensure that every student has equal access to build deep conceptual understanding.Learn more about the research
Meet the needs of English language learners (ELLs) and language-immersion programs with assignments and assessments in Spanish.***
** Based on a statistical analysis using 2015 statewide CAASPP
(Smarter Balanced) data from California and PARCC data from
Louisiana. The analysis compares grade-level proficiency
rates of TenMarks Math users and non-users at schools within
the same district and with similar poverty rates. Specifically,
we estimate an OLS regression comparing TenMarks Math users
(grades with 2+ assignments completed per week) to grades with
low or no TenMarks Math usage, controlling for school-level
poverty rates (% students eligible for free/reduced lunch)
and district-specific fixed effects. For context, 33.0%
of students in California met or exceeded the standard
on the CAASPP mathematics assessment and 37.0% of students
in Louisiana demonstrated mastery or above on the PARCC
mathematics assessment in 2015.
*** Grades K–8.