Overview

Ensure every child’s ability to master concepts and apply mathematics

Problem solving is at the heart of the Singapore Math® curriculum. Leveraging global best practices and research to create a unique approach based on powerful visual models, engaging hands-on activities, and a consistent K–8 pedagogical approach, this solution empowers students to develop the critical-thinking skills, positive attitudes, and confidence needed to set the stage for achievement.

Student Experience

Math in Focus scaffolds instruction to meet the needs of individual learners with hands-on learning and visual models that support and optimize learning.

Teacher Experience

With comprehensive and easy-to-use resources, Math in Focus provides everything teachers need to support students in developing foundational understanding. A consistent, clear teaching path fosters a focus on new content and encourages mathematical thinking.

Digital Experience

For the first time in the history of Math in Focus, teachers and students have complete access to all K–8 components and resources on one unified learning system. Through Ed: Your Friend in Learning®, educators experience and enjoy a reliable, time-saving, and personalized Math in Focus experience.

OUTCOMES
1
Build conceptual understanding

Through the CPA approach and visualization, students experience math concepts concretely, with hands-on experiences that build true foundational understanding.

2
Develop critical-thinking skills

Activities that ask students to apply math concepts in different ways and create alternative solutions to a problem encourage critical and creative thinking and build mastery.

3
Advance problem-solving proficiency

Problem solving is embedded and central to all instruction and discussion in Math in Focus. Students learn to apply different strategies and are encouraged to consider the best strategies for routine and non-routine problems to build strong problem-solving skills.

4
Build positive attitudes

The Singapore Math® framework acknowledges the role attitude plays in mathematics learning and supports students in approaching problem solving with interest and enthusiasm, building their confidence to persevere.

5
Data that informs instruction

Ed: Your Friend in Learning gives teachers ongoing access to actionable data and reporting tools—providing a powerful look into student progress.

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