AI-Assisted App helps students develop foundational number fluency skills
Artificial Intelligence-assisted app gamifies math learning, fosters critical thinking, and guides students to master number sense skills. The cutting-edge gamification and immediate feedback increase academic achievement and confidence.
- Provide immediate feedback- Interactive features allow instant feedback on speed and accuracy.
- Leverage automation & actionable analytics- Allows educators/ parents to monitor student achievement.
- Aligns with TEKS and Common Core standards - Provides a supplemental activity to improve numerical fluency skills.
NumberSense is the only app that features a dynamic number board to help students master math skills while developing critical thinking and cognitive skills. NumberSense incorporates groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence that assists users to develop foundational math skills NumberSense activates spatial-temporal reasoning that develops students’ advanced math comprehension and fluency.
NumberSense has a unique user interface that is unlike any other app on the market. It has an engaging and dynamic interface featuring a number grid that appeals to visual, auditory, and tactile learners. The cutting-edge gamification and immediate feedback increase academic achievement and confidence. Students declared after using NumberSense, “Learning math has never been so fun!
“Number Sense is really cool! It makes me really smart!”
“NumberSense is an amazing app! My son loves the game and is now more excited with math.”
“NumberSense is awesome! It’s challenging and fun, and it helps me get better at Math!”
“NumberSense is a cutting-edge application that allows students of all levels to increase achievement and gain the confidence needed to be life-long learners of mathematics. My students always look forward to playing NumberSense!”
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