“Can my students play Motion Math on Chromebooks?” That’s the most common question we’ve been asked over the years by teachers. Well, that and “How do you make conceptual, instructional math so darn fun?” 😉 Today, our answer is finally: Yes! Students can now play Motion Math’s games inside the Chrome browser, on any desktop, […]
Motion Math’s company mission is to help children find delight in intellectual challenge. When children learn to love the experience of struggling through frustration and confusion, their lives abound with discovery. Earlier this year, we created an experiment to explore two key questions related to this mission: • Can we improve student’s relationship to […]
We’re excited to announce a new tool in the Motion Math teacher dashboard – Factors of Learning. This new report offers innovative data to help you build a student’s learning mindset – a whole new way to personalize learning. Best of all, as complex as that sounds, it’s easy to understand and act on. Motion […]
We’re encouraging all Motion Math subscribers to update your apps, or politely ask your local IT guru to do so. (Even better, turn on “Automatic app updates” on your iPads.) Why? Because we’ve just added some new game content and features: 1. Our operations game Match has three new sections: Numbers, Basic Addition, and Visual Multiplication. […]
According to a 2015 study by Project Tomorrow, 62% of elementary school teachers use games in the classroom. At Motion Math, we’re positively thrilled that more and more teachers recognize gaming’s potential as an instructional medium. But with so many learning games out there, how can educators identify the best resources? Our own judgment boils […]
This month, Motion Math passed a big milestone: our apps have been downloaded over 4,000,000 times. Woah. Thank you to all the educators and parents for your support and feedback these past five years. Here’s to 4 million more delightful learning experiences!
Traditional passwords – gibberish collections of letters, number, symbols – are notoriously difficult to remember, as depicted in a memorable XKCD. At Motion Math we like using LastPass for all our company passwords, but it certainly wouldn’t work for a classroom setting. Every elementary teacher has had precious instructional time taken away because students couldn’t start […]