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Through the use of multiple methods to explain computational procedures, worked examples, and hierarchically structured lessons, the MINDsprinting math curriculum brings highly effective pedagogy to computer-based learning.- Dr. Anna T. Cianciolo, Senior Research Scientist at Global Information Systems Technology, Inc. and a former postdoctoral associate in the PACE Center at Yale University
I find the MINDsprinting program to be very clear, concise, attention-getting, and pedagogically-sound. The MINDsprinting materials follow an increasingly difficult progression of items and levels to master, which is ideal for students to learn at a pace that neither taxes nor bores. The MINDsprinting materials, I think, hold promise for a new age in supplemental education. - Dr. Michael Luther, Course Director, Psychology Department, York University
The MINDsprinting program is based on sound educational practices. First of all, the program is based on individualized learning. The student is assessed at a particular level and progresses at his/her own rate. Next, the objective of a new skill is made explicit, so that the student has a mind-set of what he/she is going to learn. This program provides clear, step-by-step examples, in words and pictures in order to lead the student through solving problems in a specific skill set. I am impressed with the task analysis evident in each particular skill set where the learning of new concepts is organized sequentially according to prerequisite, and requisite skills. Also, the MINDsprinting program provides review practice of skill sets, which is essential to consolidate the learning of concepts. Another essential feature of the program is the immediate feedback to the students answers as seen on the Progress Report and Transcript. Feedback is a critical tool for the student and/or parent to assess the mastery of learning a particular skill set and motivates the learner to proceed or review as necessary.- Lidia Komorowsky Special Education Resource Teacher For Toronto School Board
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