Research and Reviews


Math-U-See has all the components shown by research to be essential for students who are struggling in math:

  • Explicit instruction — Math-U-See directly teaches skills for math in a simple, clear manner.
  • Systematic and cumulative — Math-U-See introduces concepts in a definite, logical sequence.
  • Structured — Math-U-See uses step-by-step procedures for introducing, reviewing, practicing, and mastering concepts.
  • Multi-Sensory — Math-U-See engages visual, auditory, and kinesthetic channels simultaneously or in succession.
  • Progress Monitoring — Math-U-See uses ongoing progress monitoring with frequent opportunities to re-teach.

Which research recommends these components?

The United States Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences teamed up to develop Practice Guides, which provide practical research-based recommendations for educators. They are developed by nationally recognized experts and are subject to rigorous external peer review.

The specific Practice Guide concerning the recommendations addressed by Math-U-See is: Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics: Response to Intervention (RtI) for Elementary and Middle Schools.

How does Math-U-See meet or exceed these recommendations?

Math-U-See is a powerful intervention tool proven to successfully reach and teach students who are at-risk or have learning disabilities.

The research paper here provides a review of the recommendations of “Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics: Response to Intervention (rtI) for Elementary and Middle Schools” and illustrates how Math-U-See meets or exceeds each of the recommendations. See for yourself how Math-U-See can make a difference in your school.

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