2017 ASU GSV Award Winning Presentation
“We tend to be on the cutting edge until it becomes the bleeding edge. What is most successful for us is when we find a company that is a partner, not just a salesperson who walks away. Pilots are more successful when ed-tech companies are willing to act as thought partners during the planning phase.” – Mineola Public School District
- December 2016: Only digital math program adopted by Hong Kong following an international bid process.
- May 2017: Westpac to give all Australian students access to Mathspace
- May 2017: 1st Place Winner at the ASU GSV Conference (out of 300)
The Digital Promise Rapid Cycle Pilots is a formal research study published by Digital Promise, based on our 6 month pilot last year in 5 Digital Promise league of innovative schools districts.
- It is a robust, well-presented study, that illustrates our experience in running long-term and complex pilots with school districts. For those in the US, this informs our “District Pilot Playbook” that we produce for large pilots.
- The results are positive: Of the five pilot districts, four had statistically significant improvements to their math scores. The fifth had a non-significant change.
- Mineola, which did implement well, saw a 17% increase in their math test scores.
Despite the fact that all but one pilot was not used with fidelity; imagine how good the results could have been if implemented with fidelity.
Mathspace Demonstration on an iPad
What is mastery with Mathspace?
The Mathspace eBook
The Knowledge Graph