Our ProgramWriters and editors from Words & Numbers in Baltimore as well as other experts including mathematicians, university professors, teacher educators, secondary classroom teachers, instructors in middle school, and upper elementary teachers worked to create scripts on which our instructional math and algebra videos are based. The production of these videos took more than four years to complete and involved four teams of animators and voice-over actors and art direction from top Hollywood talent.
Yeah! That’s a lot of math and algebra lessons! Each lesson has 13-45 minutes of animation that guides students towards understanding and solving math concepts. They make distance learning, instruction in the classroom, as well as blended learning fun and effective.
$4.99 Monthly Subscription
A monthly subscription of $4.99 provides access to ALL the math and algebra lessons of Elevated Math. Also provided are teacher and parent support materials, and 35 career-oriented live-action videos. You can use a laptop, a tablet, or smartphone – whatever you wish – as long as one device is logged in at a time.
These math and algebra lessons had their start in 2001 when Joe Irby formed BestQuest Teaching Systems and began creating the lessons with the conviction that all children can learn math and algebra when provided with the appropriate tools, effective instruction, and a supportive environment. Dr. Maryscott Glasgow, a classroom teacher and university educator, joined the company the next year to direct the production of Algebra’scool and then Math’scool educational software. These lessons were then combined to form Elevated Math. Basic math, geometry, measurement, algebra 1, data analysis and statistics is now taught in six countries, and in more than 11,000 schools and homeschools. Over a million students have learned math from lessons in this program both in classrooms and through distant learning. Our goal is to teach higher order thinking skills and address every learning style (audio, visual and kinesthetic) in order to reach all students. These lessons improve students’ competitive edge, engage their senses and arouse their curiosity, and make them better problem-solvers.
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