Matific is an adaptive, game-based, mathematics teaching and learning program. Matific is presently available in 50 countries and 30 different languages.
Matific's pedagogy combines rich content with interactive games. The Matific content is carefully localised and mapped to each country's curriculum and popular textbooks.
Matific is highly adaptive, allowing teachers to provide scaffolding and differentiation for each student. Matific users answer millions of questions daily across the globe.
Matific empowers teachers and learners by presenting mathematics in a comprehensive, meaningful, and engaging way.
Children learn at their own pace, improving their quantitative skills and analytic ability in preparation for the jobs of the future.
Matific's core strength is its 10-point pedagogical principles developed by experts from Stanford, Harvard, Berkley and the Einstein Institute. The Matific pedagogy is inspired by many years of experience of working with mathematics teachers in primary schools. The founders of Matific organized and ran numerous teacher workshops for excellence in mathematics education, and chaired national boards of mathematics and computer science curricula.
The Matific Pedagogy includes the following 10 key principles
Learning by Doing
Concrete to Abstract
Spiral Learning & Seeding Ahead
The Heterogeneous Classroom
Matific Really Does Work!
Matific is field-proven: Matific is presently used in over 50 countries, with more than a million activities performed daily by children around the world. The impact of Matific on mathematics education was tested in 2016 by the Szold Institute, a public, non-profit research organization. The 127 teachers who participated in the research reported that Matific has significantly benefited their teaching, particularly in terms of student engagement level (98%), interest (95%), motivation (86%), curiosity and participation (84%).
The results of the student's attitudes were as follows:
The Matific impact was also studied independently by associate professor Catherine Attard, an expert in primary mathematics education. The Attard study reported an average of 34% increase in mathematics test results, tracking 8 different schools at various socio-economic levels.
Matific is can be implemented at the class, school, district, or national level. It easy to get started just click here and start a trial today.