Reflex is an adaptive online system that helps students of all ability levels to develop instant recall of their basic math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).
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The student experience of Reflex centers around a variety of modern, action-packed games. We have heard stories from many teachers, principals and parents about how eager students are to "play" Reflex.
Students have asked to stay in from recess to work on Reflex, have come in to school early to get to the computer lab, and have even asked to trade in their TV time for more time to use Reflex!
Think about that. With Reflex, kids would rather work on their math facts than watch TV.
Research has shown the importance of continuously differentiating instruction and practice to each student's needs and abilities at a given point in time.
ExploreLearning Reflex takes advantage of the latest math fact fluency research and presents an adaptive, individualized system. It continuously monitors each student's progress and creates the optimal learning experience for each child.
Reflex is proven effective. See the case studies.
Reflex's powerful reporting features allow teachers and administrators to monitor progress, recognize milestones, and identify problems.
Reports are available for each student, class, and school, and can be filtered by demographic categories. These reports are designed to work for RTI reporting as well as AYP reports.
Reflex is completely online, so all of the games and reports are available anytime, anywhere.
"I have used many, many fact fluency games, worksheets, timed tests, etc. in my years and nothing has compared to this!"
— Teacher, Rogers School District, Arkansas
"My fifth grade students…love it!!!!!! They are coming early in the morning so that they can go into the computer lab to work on Reflex math.
— Principal, Fort Bend ISD, Texas
"The answers are coming to me much quicker! On tests and quizzes I don’t have to count on my fingers any more."
— Student, Albemarle School District, Virginia
Any student who understands the basic concepts behind the mathematical operations (addition and subtraction, or multiplication and division) is ready to start working in Reflex. The program is typically used in grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, grade, 5, grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8.
Second grade and third grade students usually start by using Reflex to master addition and subtraction math facts. By fourth grade and fifth grade, students typically use Reflex to master multiplication and division facts.
Reflex is also popular with sixth grade, seventh grade, and even eighth grade students, particularly those who are struggling with higher math and need intervention to help them with the building blocks of that higher math.
Worksheets, flashcards, times tables, and other math fact games just can't compare. Take a 14-day trial of Reflex today!