Overview

From fluent to flexible by Grade 4

The difference between Grades 3 and 4 is the ability to apply foundational math knowledge to more complex mathematical operations. Students must be fluent, fast, and accurate in fact retrieval. FASTT Math offers students a fun, interactive, and adaptive instructional model through which to build competency.

Student Experience

Teacher Experience

ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL PATH

FASTT Math's instruction is research-validated with an instructional model that builds Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching and Technology (FASTT).

1
Initial fluency assessment

By establishing exactly which facts students have mastered and which they’ve yet to learn, the Initial Assessment provides a fluency baseline.  

2
Adaptive math fact instruction

FASTT Math’s adaptive technology provides scaffolded, daily instructional sessions that are tailored to the needs of each student. Through the interactive Fact Grid, the program is able to determine when students have memorized facts and instantly adjust their learning path.

3
Independent practice

Explicit instruction sets the foundation for competency and individual practice solidifies mastery. Students are offered 12 games that improve fluency and keep motivation high.

4
Math fact mastery

Students experience a sense of personal accountability as they use the student dashboard, taking ownership of their own learning and progress.

Ensure fluency in your classroom with FASTT Math.