Welcome to Easy Math. Easy Math is a Distributed Practice Program featuring two exciting middle-school math programs!
- Easy Math is a supplementary Basic Skills math program that accelerates student achievement up to 9 or 10 times, or for the class time actually consumed, 10 to 30 times the normal achievement level
- Easy Math was endorsed by the Charleston County School District and has been nominated for a national award. (See our Endorsements page for more information).
- Easy Math is an excellent program for building basic skills in regular classes or after school programs.
- Easy Math is great for all levels of students, including special education. Some students have increased their percentiles by more than 50 points using the Easy Math System!
- Easy Math provides a knowledge, comprehension, and application base which is the foundation of all Higher-Order thinking.
- Easy Math develops a substantially greater knowledge base in the students. The student is more knowledgeable with common terms, specific facts, methods and procedures, basic concepts, and principles.
- Easy Math magnifies a student's comprehension, giving him the ability to distinguish, estimate, explain, five examples, predict, grasp the meaning, and understand facts and principles.
- Easy Math enhances the student's ability to make application to new learning and situations. It brings about both lateral and vertical transfer, and promotes greater application to practical situations.
- Easy Math promotes advancement into the analysis and synthesis stages of thinking, enabling the student to be more competent in breaking mathematical problems into its components so that organizational structures are better understood and also improving his ability to integrate parts of mathematical problems to form a whole.
- Easy Word Problems is a program for developing a higher order of thinking skills
- Easy Word Problems is formatted to work consistently with the Easy Math program, and is based on Distributed Practice and Distributed Guidance.
- Easy Word Problems focuses on giving students year-long learning opportunities to improve their abilities and meet or surpass the state academic standards
- Developmental in nature, Easy Word Problems includes many basic, prerequisite skills necessary to the understanding and master of state academic standards
- Distributed Practice and Distributed Guidance are proven strategies for dramatic improvement in learning and long-term retention. Easy Word Problems utilizes this reinforcing process to cause students to develop stronger word problem resolution skills as the year progresses.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems Support the Standards introduced by the National Counsel of Teachers of Mathematics
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems build math concepts and computational skills.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems are very effective in promoting cooperative learning , mathematical discourse and a sense of community.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems help students to develop their problem-solving ability by applying mathematical skills to real-life experiences.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems engenders students with confidence, making them feel successful.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems teaches probability and statistics, geometry and measurement skills.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems promotes the use of manipulatives in an effective distributed practice format.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems allows the use of calculators when appropriate.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems provides distributed graphical representations.
- Easy Math and Easy Word Problems enables teachers and students to have High Expectations that students will learn mathematics.
- The Easy Math and Easy Word Problems programs create number sense in students, as recommended by the NCTM. They also develop a heuristic word problem approach that develops in a student, a logical organizational structure that brings greater ability and efficiency in solving word problems.
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For further information, and to schedule a site visit to your school, contact the program author, Raymond Brown at 843-400-0404, 843-761-2043 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through this website.