Students as Young as Kindergarten Produce Impressive Outcomes
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
The University of Washington’s Center for Game Science (CGS), today announced new research showing dramatic improvements in math mastery for K-12 students. During the “Washington State Algebra Challenge,” a one-week event that introduced algebraic concepts to students through a game-based, adaptive platform, students achieved an average mastery rate of 93 percent after only 1.5 hours of participation. Students from more than 70 schools across 15 districts joined in the challenge. Although the content was 7th grade algebra, this outcome was achieved by all participating classrooms across grades K-12, including early elementary. Read more.