Are you concerned that your students aren’t showing progress in understanding mathematical concepts? Do you need a program that engages students , assesses their ability, and provides a personalized learning path ?
During the 2015 - 2016 school year, two schools using Wowzers were studied to see how their RIT scores (based on their fall and spring MAP assessments) improved over the course of a year. The data, which includes the scores for students in third, fourth, and fifth grade, showed an improvement in the average score, as compared with the norms published by NWEA. The schools included in this study were in Billings, Montana, and in Ecorse, Michigan.
The third graders in this study used Wowzers for an average of 15.96 hours over the year and their scores improved by an average of 14.45 points. This represents an improvement 11% greater than the norm. The fourth graders used Wowzers for an average of 19.65 hours over the year and their scores improved by an average of 12.72 points (10% greater than the norm). Fifth graders used Wowzers for an average of 12.18 hours and their scores improved by an average of 11.19 points (12% greater than the norm).