The mathematical items are tightly aligned to the curriculum and its objectives. This alignment is represented on an interactive curriculum framework that provides teachers with the ability to monitor each student's progress through the learning resources, their areas of strengths and their areas of weaknesses. It also provides students with a clear understanding of their knowledge based on national educational objectives and standards.
With a focus on problem solving skills rather than pure computational skills, the mathematical items have been carefully developed in four major languages: German, French, Portuguese and English.
This enables students to understand and work through problems in their own language. The system can also be switched between languages (while working on an item) to enable students to understand the problem in a language other than the language of instruction. It also helps parents assist their children through the learning process.
Through a unique multi-adaptive process, MathemaTIC first calibrates to student's learning capabilities through diagnostic exercises.
Then as students work through the mathematical items that are linked to the curriculum framework, they are provided with adaptive scaffolding to activate prior knowledge by using several learning strategies that lead to adaptive help-seeking.
This process has proven to improve students' problem solving skills and inform the design of mathematical items for greater efficiency.
The MathemaTIC dashboard provides teachers with user-friendly, intuitive visualizations of the data that is gathered from students' activities using the mathematical items.
As the items are mapped to not only topics but also to the curriculum, teachers can gauge how the entire class is doing against the curriculum objectives to improve and enhance instructional methodologies.
Teachers can also drill down into individual student progress to identify the causes for weakness in performance on specific items or modules.
The “Professional Learning Community for MathemaTIC” innovative project (“PLC for MathemaTIC”) is developed to support collaboration of teachers in primary schools in Luxembourg. Its aim is to support you, the teachers, to collaborate efficiently within cycles and schools, to achieve your goals and outcomes as a team.
“PLC for MathemaTIC” will introduce you to the basic and advanced use of MathemaTIC. The practical applications in the program will use examples from MathemaTIC. Moreover, the innovative and collaborative program will guide you in acquiring the collaborative skills required to work efficiently in teams as the “équipes pédagogiques”.
“PLC for MathemaTIC” implements a new approach, being offered through online interactive tools with permanent access. You can get together with your colleagues in your school and participate in the sessions as a group, when convenient for you and at your own rhythm.Read more about the innovative program here