Learning List has updated the original reviews of **Imagine Math**. Learning List’s review process enables publishers to submit content updates and updates to their product data or technology infrastructure for re-review when substantive changes have been made. Imagine Learning submitted updates to content in **Fall of 2018** and Learning List’s alignment reports have been updated to reflect new citations and updated alignment percentages.

**Imagine Math **provides supplemental, online mathematics programs for grades 2 through high school. Resources support self-paced instruction in remediation and intervention programs. Across grade levels, *Imagine Math’s* adaptive software adjusts content to meet individual learning needs, provides immediate corrective feedback, and motivates students through a system of extrinsic rewards. Learning List recently reviewed Imagine Math’s resources for high school Geometry and Integrated Math I & II, which are described in Appendix A of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). [Read more…]

*Imagine Math *provides structured and coherent remedial instruction. The Geometry product focuses on building understanding of geometric concepts and skills. Integrated Math I covers basic concepts and skills in algebra (e.g., linear relationships) and geometry (e.g., congruence), and Integrated Math II addresses the basic concepts and skills related to quadratic expressions, equations, and functions.

In each course, *Imagine Math’s *adaptive software tailors instruction to create unique instructional “pathways” (i.e., series of lessons) based on individual students’ knowledge and skills. At the start of each year, each student takes an adaptive placement test to assess learning gaps. Based on assessment results, students are prescribed an individualized pathway. Teachers have access to monitoring tools that allow them to track individual student’s pathway progress and to view class progress as a whole. Reports allow users to monitor program usage, pre- and post-quiz scores, and lessons passed and failed.

**About Imagine Learning***

Imagine Learning was founded in 2004 by a small group of educational and software professionals who saw a growing need for language and literacy solutions. In 2006, Imagine Learning acquired Think Through Math (Imagine Math). Through this acquisition, Imagine Learning is poised to fill a critical need for innovative and adaptive language, literacy, and math solutions in the K–12 space. As supplemental curricula, Imagine Learning and Think Through Math are data-driven, research-based programs that engage, challenge, and monitor students for lasting academic gains. Both programs also feature standards-based content for students at multiple grade levels.

*Information in the section is provided by or adapted from Imagine Learning.

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