First In Math (FIM) offers comprehensive content—ranging from single-step addition to complex algebra—in an engaging format. Students progress at their own pace to master basic and advanced maths skills. This dynamic online program encourages students to practice through IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK. “Game” activities ensure that students engage in active practice required for skill retention. Motivation is fueled by reinforcement in the form of electronic award stickers when students solve problems correctly. No penalties are levied for incorrect responses, and students become encouraged to take ownership of math learning and practice.

FIM employs a brain-based learning technique known as DEEP PRACTICE. Skills that normally take months of regular practice can be mastered in a matter of weeks or even days. Along with rapid increases in computation, problem-solving, critical thinking, pattern recognition, and other maths skills. This type of practice causes the myelin to grow thicker around the axons in the brain. More myelin means greater retention of skills.
The program can be used 24/7 on any computer with internet access. Students will advance at different rates, according to their individual skill levels. ALL players should experience improvement in numerical fluency and increased speed. Studies show that students who play the 24® game on a regular basis see measurable improvement in math skills.

First In Math® Online is a groundbreaking approach to technology education and is committed to constant improvement of the program. Many improvements and additions come directly from suggestions made by educators and students.


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