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Think Through Math is grounded in rigorous standards and research. Its use of flexible translations among different modes of representation and item formats deepen mathematical understanding.
Think Through Math helps students understand math on a deeper level. Not only has the program improved student behavior, it has improved student achievement.
We saw impressive gains across the board after using Think Through Math, not only in each grade but at each student’s performance level. The software’s adaptive learning technology makes sure that every student benefits from the right lesson at the right time. Best of all, access to live teachers is invaluable. It’s exactly what these students need.
The most important thing I can say is the more time you allow students to spend on Think Through Math, the more math they will learn, and the better your results on the PSSA will be.
It is the perfect teaching companion. We see the lights go on every day as students make connections and learn that they can do math.

I have used Think Through Math for about five years now and I am confident that this online resource has benefited my students substantially. It poses questions in a way to truly ensure they have mastered the concepts and skills we cover in class in a way that I never could with worksheets.

Planning the pizza party is a wonderful and powerful incentive, and all of the students want to contribute which makes them work even harder outside of school hours.

I LOVE Think Through Math and what it does for my students.

The most effective tool we can give our students is the ability to think–so they can gain the confidence to succeed in mathematics. We admire Think Through Math because it’s fun and helps students learn how to think and understand the problem solving process.
Think Through Math allows me to set small, achievable goals for my students. I use the reports live in the classroom to closely monitor their progress, make quick decisions, and create small groups to further differentiate instruction.