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Targeted, Multisensory Math Intervention Curriculum

Grades 5–10

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What is TransMath?

TransMath® Third Edition is a comprehensive math intervention curriculum that targets middle and high school students who lack the foundational skills necessary for entry into algebra and/or who are two or more years below grade level in math. Using a dual-topic approach, TransMath improves math skills by emphasizing fewer topics in greater depth while accelerating students to more advanced math, from number sense to rational numbers, to understanding algebra. Students who struggle with math will find new concept mastery and confidence with TransMath.

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TransMath is Remote Ready with:

TransMath Dashboard ● eBooks ● Online Assignments ● Online Classroom Materials ● Pre-recorded, Narrated, and Animated Video Lessons and Models ● Remote Lessons using Click-Through ● Online VmathLive Assignments ● Digital Math Toolbox ● Remote Student Engagement Ideas Online Assessments

The TransMath Approach

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Whole-class, interactive-learning is facilitated by providing access to digital tools to increase opportunities for mathematical discourse and peer learning

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Explicit instruction and multisensory strategies deepen conceptual understanding and build problem-solving proficiency

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Students and teachers have eBook access to support their learning while also providing greater interaction

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Math lessons and models are embedded to support teacher preparation and strengthen teacher content knowledge

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ESSA evidence level: Strong

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TransMath Bridges the Gap for Middle and High School Students

TransMath benefits students in grades 5–10 who require immediate support in building the foundational skills necessary for successful entry into algebra. This includes any student scoring two or more years below grade level on state standardized tests. TransMath also supports teachers with strategies, such as differentiation, and structured lessons to help meet the needs of these students.

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Evidence Based

TransMath has proven, effective elements that accelerate students toward grade-level mathematics through strong teacher support with lesson-by-lesson models.

TransMath's researched-based approach:
  • Concrete and Visual Representations
  • The Controlling and Cognitive Load
  • Distributed Practice
  • Varied Opportunities for Communication
  • Multiple Forms of Assessment
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    TransMath Third Edition Ensures Students Are Prepared to Enter Algebra

    The revisions in TransMath Third Edition reflect more rigorous math standards and recent math research. Key features include:

    • New models to support deep understanding of math topics
    • New problem-solving strategies using math tools
    • Differentiation
    • Stronger transition to algebra readiness with an earlier introduction of algebra and more advanced algebra concepts
    • Dual-topic approach
    • Fewer topics in greater depth
    • Acceleration toward grade-level mathematics
    • Strong teacher support with lesson-by-lesson models
    • New digital components to increase interactivity and streamline materials
    • Teacher and student access to all content digitally
    • Digital manipulatives to enhance learning
    • TeacherTalk Tutorials reinforce lesson concepts using narrated, animated visual models
    • Interactive Click-Thrus use visual models to concretely develop concepts
    • Online extension and reinforcement activities

    The TransMath Difference

     

    Districtwide High School Students Gain 23% Overall Growth in Math

    Using TransMath district-wide, high school students in Alamance-Burlington School District (NC), have experienced solid growth in their math scores.

     

    Using a dual-topic approach, TransMath emphasizes fewer topics in greater depth

    Using TransMath, students accelerate to more advanced math, from number sense to rational numbers to understanding algebra.