Best Math Software of 2006? It’s a sweep!

eSchool News asked its readers to share what they thought was the best math software for teaching math literacy, fractions/decimals/percents, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus.  Guess who won in a landslide?

That’s right, unitedstreaming!  Over 1,000 readers voted in the survey, and incredibly unitedstreaming swept every single category

From the article in eSchool News:

In making unitedstreaming the No. 1 choice in each category, readers noted its usefulness in helping to illustrate a variety of tough math concepts.  "unitedstreaming gives my students the visual aspect that is vital for their understanding of math concepts," wrote one elementary-school educator.  "It helps me build upon their prior learning, and I am able to move them quickly through various levels."  Another wrote, "You can free-zeframe concepts and use the video again and again.  It’s like having teachers with several teaching styles available to instruct our students."


One Comment;

  1. Rachel Hoffman said:

    I agree whole-heartedly! As a new middle school math teacher this last year, I had a lot of difficulty finding materials that were geared towards middle school students. Everything seemed to be too easy or way too hard…until I found just what I was looking for on unitedstreaming. My only complaint is that I didn’t know about it sooner!

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