Atlanta, GA -- St. Andrew’s School in Savannah, GA will implement a new math learning application for individualized and adaptive learning. Through instruction, practice and assessment, students in grade 1st though 4th will have all the tools they need to learn math and advance skills and concepts.
St. Andrew’s is an independent International Baccalaureate World School, providing an education beyond textbooks and classrooms. Each day, students age three through grade 12 dream big and think boldly.
GPALoveMath™ is designed with success in mind. No boring drills or bulky workbooks; students are taught, tutored and tested on grade specific math skills with animated learning coaches. Three components make up the GPALoveMath™ math application: Learn, Engage and Motivate, the trifecta to learn math.
“We are excited to incorporate GPALoveMath™ into our curriculum this fall for many reasons,” Kelley Waldron, St. Andrew’s Assistant Head of School, said. “The program allows us to really personalize math instruction, giving students the flexibility to move at their own pace.”