Need more than free online math help videos or quick help tutorials to learn math?
MathHelp.com's lessons replicate the entire math classroom experience, but you are the only student! Each lesson includes:
Multiple Video Example Problems
(similar to how a teacher starts class at the board by explaining the examples from the textbook)
Interactive Practice Problems with Built-in Explanations
(similar to how a teacher assigns practice and walks around the class providing math help)
A Challenge Problem
(similar to how a teacher assigns a higher level problem which students must work on their own to prove mastery)
(similar to how a teacher assigns problems which you must work on your own to prove mastery of material)
Extra Problem Worksheets
(similar to how a teacher assigns additional problems for homework)
(similar to how a teacher provides summary handouts or refers you to your textbook for online math help)
Need Online Math Help? Grade Reporting and Progress Tracking
MathHelp.com provides individualized grade reporting and progress tracking to ensure that parents, administrators and students know if the material is being mastered and how much the content is being utilized.
Each lesson contains a multiple-choice self-test to prove mastery. Unlike other programs, MathHelp.com's self-tests can be taken multiple times with new problems each time. This allows students to continue to take self-tests until mastery has been proven.
The results of the self-tests are recorded in the grade management system. The grades are a simple way for parents, administrators, and students to ensure that students are receiving the online math help they need and as a way to identify areas of weakness. Final grades for entire courses are also available online.
In addition to our grade reporting system, MathHelp.com keeps track of student progress by monitoring usage. Parents, administrators, and students are able to see the number of lessons completed, the number of incomplete self-tests, total logins, and the last login. These basic metrics ensure that student usage can be easily tracked.×
Need online math help? MathHelp.com automatically recommends lessons based on areas of weakness.
MathHelp.com uses the results of self-tests to automatically recommend background lessons based on areas of weakness. As an example, if a student scored below an 80% on a lesson such as Comparing Proper Fractions (Pre-Algebra), our system would automatically recommend the background lessons required to master this lesson. In this example, our system would automatically recommend the following lessons: Comparing Numbers, Multiples and Least Common Multiples, Equivalent Fractions, and Introduction to Fractions.
When these background lessons are presented, students can also quickly see which of these lessons they have already mastered and which they need to work on. After completing the background lessons, the student then can re-take the self-test for Comparing Proper Fractions. Because the self-test is different each time, students will have to prove true mastery. If they score an 80% or above, the lesson is automatically removed from the recommendation list (note that if a student scores less than an 80% on one of the background lessons, then the system will continue to recommend lessons going backward until the student 'bottoms out').
This adaptive recommendation system ensures that no matter where a student starts, they can get the individualized online math help they need to succeed.×
Need online math help? MathHelp.com is available 24/7 on any device. No app required.
MathHelp.com can be accessed online 24/7 on any computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet device. This includes PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and 1Android Devices.
Because our online math help is available on any device, there is no need to download an app! Simply visit MathHelp.com and login. You will have full-access to all of our features.
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