Math Standards and Math Fact Fluency
State and national mathematics standards emphasize math fact fluency.
All state and national standards recognize the importance of math fact fluency to a student's success and contain specific fluency-related expectations in the four basic operations. Relatedly, many new state assessments include items that require that students demonstrate speed and accuracy with math facts. Provided an efficient and effective approach to fluency development like Reflex, students can attain lasting automaticity through a series of short practice sessions.
Math fact fluency provides an important foundation for more advanced mathematics.
The impact of math fact fluency is not limited to helping students compute more quickly. Multiple studies have demonstrated the importance of fluency in achieving broader success in mathematics. Fact retrieval speed has been shown to predict performance on a wide variety of assessment items including math concept problems, word problems, data interpretation problems, and mathematical reasoning problems.
Reflex offers a groundbreaking method for developing math fact fluency.
The Reflex system combines research-proven methods and innovative technology to provide the most effective math fact fluency solution available. With Reflex, students of all ability levels can make major gains in math fact fluency giving them the skills and confidence to successfully tackle more challenging mathematical concepts.