MathsFacts in a Flash Resources

A number of resources are available to help you use MathsFacts in a Flash in the classroom more effectively:

About the Software
Software Manual Step-by-step software instructions
Tips for Getting Started Quick tips for common tasks
Using MathsFacts in a Flash in the Classroom
Introduction to MathsFacts in a Flash Software Using the software in the classroom
Assigning Students to a Level Determining the proper starting level for each student
Establishing Routines Setting up efficient MathsFacts in a Flash classroom routines
Using Practices and Tests Guiding student use of practices and tests
Monitoring Student Progress With Reports Interpreting report data
Intervening When Students Struggle Using the Assignment Book and Progress Reports to help struggling students
Motivating Students Using the software's motivational components
Working With Time Targets Challenging students with time targets
Involving Parents Building parents' awareness and support
Sample Trackers Helping students monitor their progress
Research and Benchmarks
Maths Facts Automaticity: The Missing Element In Improving Maths Achievement A description of the research foundation and development of MathsFacts in a Flash
Research Supporting MathsFacts in a Flash A list of research providing the scientific foundation for MathsFacts in a Flash
Year-Level Benchmarks Research-based guidelines to help educators identify which students are meeting year-level expectations for fact fluency.