Research, both independent and in-house, clearly shows that ST Math delivers results. You may expect that your students' test scores in mathematics will go up but recent research shows that students who play ST Math have higher mathematics self-beliefs than non-ST Math students.

This module provides a general look at what you can do to get great results including setting goals and celebrating successes. The module Minutes and Puzzles focuses just on the metric used in ST Math and how to use it to monitor progress and get the most impact.

  • Across the country, ST Math schools prove that effective digital learning program can make a real impact. Schools using ST Math have repeatedly experienced double or triple their growth in math proficiency.
  • ST Math meets What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) quasi-experiment and ESSA Tier 2 requirements.
  • The evidence-based impact of ST Math has been shown through independent, third-party validations as well as annual, transparent evaluations of results of all ST Math school cohorts--well over 100 efficacy studies and counting.
  • A recent randomized controlled study showed that 2nd through 5th grade students in diverse California schools who used ST Math had higher self-beliefs in mathematics. The effect was strongest in students who were behind in math.

Plan to Play

Monitor Student Performance

Setting Goals

Celebrating Success

Check For Understanding

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What is the recommended weekly number of minutes for your students?

What can you do to monitor student performance in ST Math?

What are some of the accomplishments you can celebrate with your students?

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