The collaboration also includes partners from the French Ministry of Education (DEPP), the University of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET), the Luxembourg Institute of Social-Economic Research (LISER), and Le Centre de gestion informatique de l'éducation (CGIE).
During the 2015-2016 school year, MathemaTIC for Grades 5 & 6 (Cycle 4) was piloted in 41 schools in Luxembourg. The MathemaTIC team developed interactive learning and assessment modules aligned to the mathematical competencies outlined in the national curriculum document for Cycle 4, covering levels 8-10.
"MathemaTIC is a national digital transformational project of high importance and we are happy to see our teachers embrace this new personalized learning platform and use it effectively to support the learning of mathematics for students in class and at home. It is with passion that we look forward to supporting our teachers and partners for the generalization of MathemaTIC for Cycle 4 and the development and generalization of MathemaTIC for Cycle 3 and Grades 7 & 8 for all the schools in our country" mentioned Education Minister Claude Meisch.
The strong uptake of MathemaTIC, in the first year of its launch in Luxembourg, can be attributed to the proven innovative pedagogies that have been developed, the ease of use, and the on-demand availability of the platform. MathemaTIC also has the advantage of offering students the ability to dynamically switch between four different languages, covering the entire student population. They can choose to learn in German, French, Portuguese, or English, interchangeably.
"I am thankful to the immense support that we received from our national and international content experts, teachers, technology partners, research and evaluation specialists, and all the others team members who collaborated with unwavering commitment to achieve the highest possible quality and innovation through the development of the interactive items and customization of the MathemaTIC platform for our students" mentioned Amina Afif, Coordinator of the Project. She continued to say "I also extend a warm welcome to our new team members on the development and customization project for Cycle 3 and Grades 7 & 8 students".
The result of the pilot for Cycle 4 students has strengthened the need to not only provide students with interactive diagnostic and summative assessments but also engage them through the learning process throughout the school year. This is based on technology simulations of real-world scenarios to connect abstract math concepts to practical applications, demystifying the subject.
"MathemaTIC is the result of pedagogical research conducted by international subject matter experts over many years of validating assessment items. It is also the culmination of almost seven years of educational technology research by Vretta in building and validating interactive Assessment for Learning technologies at schools and post-secondary institutions around the world" mentioned Anand Karat, President of Vretta Inc. He added "internationally, numerous educators have shown keen interest in providing MathemaTIC to their students and we are collaborating with MENJE make MathemaTIC available in countries across Europe".
To learn more and participate in the MathemaTIC project visit www.mathematic.lu or send an email to email@example.com.
Vretta is a global education technology company that is transforming the way students engage with mathematics. Vretta's team of learning and assessment specialists design and develop award-winning interactive math resources that are re-defining what really matters for students in the 21st century. Vretta's vision is a world where everyone enjoys mathematics and they are achieving this by pushing the boundaries of education technology to inspire and empower every learner in the world.
To learn more about Vretta, visit: www.vretta.com.
SOURCE Vretta Inc.