RM Brings Math Framework to Individual Teachers

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RM Education has released RM Math Player, an interactive math curriculum program designed for individual teachers. It provides the same content as RM Math Framework Edition but does not require a school license.

According to the company, the launch was designed to provide access to RM's math software for schools with smaller budgets.

“We have found that the introduction of interactive technology to the classroom can greatly benefit the understanding and retention of difficult math concepts.” said RM Education Software Chief Excecutive United States Kevin Pawsey in a statement released this week. “RM Math Player enables teachers to deliver lessons that are exciting, fast-paced and speak to all student learning styles resulting in improved student performance and test scores. We also understand that not all schools have the budgets to support the installment of a school-wide interactive math application, which inspired us to develop a product that could be utilized by a single teacher vs. the entire school.”

RM Math Player is designed for grades 6 through 12. Subjects covered in the software include Calculus, Algebra I & II, Geometry, and Numbers and Operations. The sftware supports Mac OS X and WIndows systems.

Further information can be found here.

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