Improves Student Proficiency
UnLock Math builds student confidence by giving them the tools, skills, & support to build their proficiencies in mathematical processes that support rich & effective learning in mathematics so that they are able to effectively & proficiently problem solve through reasoning, proving, reflecting, connecting, communicating their understanding & knowledge, and selecting effective tools & strategies.
Learn By Doing
Students learn by doing. Your students explore important concepts using engaging, interactive applications, visualize problems and solutions, and test their understanding by answering questions that give them immediate feedback. Throughout the entire lesson, students remain actively engaged with the material and receive constant feedback that solidifies their understanding.
Unlimited Practice Problem sets. Each student receives unique problem sets covering the same concepts utilizing our algorithmic question generator. We’ll generate as many new problem sets as they need.
Students receive instant feedback with completely worked solutions after each question. This helps them to find their own mistakes, a great teaching tool and one less thing for you!
Stay Sharp problem sets make sure concepts are kept fresh and locked into long-term memory.
UnLock Math For Schools Features
Thorough video for each Lesson.
Be proactive with at-a-glance and deep dive reporting.
Including Instruction, Practice, Review, and Assessment
Each Lesson includes printable reference notes providing everything students need.
Any Device Access
Desktop, laptop, iPad, tablet, Android, and Apple phones. All your students need is wifi.
“I was pretty reluctant to try yet another math program for my struggling math student. We both dreaded math time. Wow, was I ever happy that I gave it one more shot! My son started the program two years behind grade level. Now, he’s on target and ready for high school pre-calculus. But the best part is to see his face light up when it’s time to do math. His confidence has grown and he feels ready to tackle all of his subjects now that math isn’t a mystery anymore.”
UnLock Math Curriculum for Schools
Aligned to California CCSS Standards
Foundations is designed to bring students of all skill levels up to speed on the knowledge required for Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra uses the fundamental skills learned in foundations to build an understanding of the basic concepts in Algebra.
Algebra I A-G
Algebra I is the critical link between the elementary concepts of Pre-Algebra and the more advanced upper level topics of Algebra II and Pre-Calculus.
Geometry uses mathematics to study physical and abstract objects in space, and is essential for solving abstract problems in upper-level courses such as Linear Algebra and Calculus.
Algebra II A-G
Algebra II is the direct successor to Algebra I and builds on each of the concepts studied within it, and plays a crucial role in preparing students for upper level math courses such as Calculus.
Pre-Calculus is the direct successor to Algebra II. It builds on the concepts of Algebra II and prepares students for Calculus.
Aligned to Ontario Math Standards
In Grade 6 Mathematics, students will expand their knowledge of number sense, operations, patterns and relationships, equations and inequalities, data literacy, probability, geometric and spatial reasoning, and measurement.
In Grade 7 Mathematics, students will expand their knowledge of number sense, operations, patterns and relationships, equations and inequalities, data literacy, probability, geometric and spatial reasoning, and measurement.
In Grade 8 Mathematics, students will expand their knowledge of number sense, operations, patterns and relationships, equations and inequalities, data literacy, probability, geometric and spatial reasoning, and measurement.
In Principles of Mathematics, Grade 9; students will expand their knowledge of number sense and algebra, analytic geometry, and measurement. Students will also be introduced to linear relations, where they will explore the equation of a line in algebraic and data management applications.
In Principles of Mathematics, Grade 10; students will expand their knowledge of geometry and trigonometry. Students will also be introduced to quadratic relations, where they will explore parabolas in algebraic and graphical applications.
In Functions, Grade 11; students will expand their knowledge of algebra, exponents, and trigonometry. Where previous courses covered relations, this course formalizes the algebra of functions. Students will learn about the characteristics of functions, exponential functions, discrete functions, and trigonometric functions.
In Advanced Functions, Grade 12; students will expand their knowledge of exponential and trigonometric functions to study logarithmic functions and analytic trigonometry. Students will also learn more advanced characteristics of functions to study rates of change and combinations of functions.