Let’s Go Learn’s personalized learning solution, LGL Math Edge, provides learners with engaging, personalized K-9 math instruction across over 300 gamified and interactive lessons. The solution allows teachers to immediately implement personalized learning and provide targeted math activities to support their existing classroom learning initiatives. LGL Math Edge allows teachers to lower the threshold for personalized learning, and operationalize enrichment, intervention, and instruction. After students engage in the platform, educators can access actionable reports by student, classroom, or site, to inform learning plans, determine support efforts, and elevate conversations with stakeholders.
Let’s Go Learn employs research-based diagnostic assessments, that measure nearly fifty math indicators to determine each student’s zone of proximal development (ZPD). This unique approach, often absent in summative assessments, utilizes predictive analytics to identify which next skillset a student will be able to work through independently. Then, LGL Math Edge develops a personalized learning path and creates individual prescriptive instructional plans for teachers.
LGL Math Edge uses the same instructional points identified during the assessment to generate an engaging, personalized course for each student.
Throughout each personalized math course, the solution provides explicit instruction across difficult concepts via animations, songs, and graphics. Students feel engaged with content as they learn each skill and seize opportunities to prove their knowledge during gamified instructional quizzes. As students work through the courses, the responsive platform employs direct instructional feedback. If an answer is incorrect, a learner can understand why and practice the right steps for mastery.
As students work within LGL Math Edge, all progress is captured within the platform and instantly available for stakeholders to review in an easy-to-understand, actionable data report.
Teachers can explore sharable reports for an individual student or for the whole class, and use data to plan teacher-directed whole-class instruction or target skill gaps for scaffolding.
With great access to rich, actionable data, stakeholders can leverage this information to develop PLAAFPS and IEPs, or elevate conversations about progress during parent meetings.
Ensure mastery of skills with research-based instruction that adapts to skill gaps and provides practice opportunities.