Math game tops one billion facts solved

ExploreLearning, a division of Cambium Learning Group, Inc., announced that students have now solved over one billion addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts using Reflex, a research-based game program.
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ExploreLearning, a division of Cambium Learning Group, Inc., announced that students have now solved over one billion addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts using Reflex, a research-based game program.

ExploreLearning, a division of Cambium Learning Group, Inc., announced that students have now solved over one billion addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts using Reflex, a research-based game program.

Reflex is based on research which explored how games and simulations can serve as new kinds of sensors. These sensors enable new types of pedagogically-relevant behaviors to be data-mined, monitored, and analyzed.

Embedding these sensors within a series of interactive online learning experiences enables detailed information about individual progress to be collected on a large scale. These data can then be analyzed and used to drive optimization of the learning system. For more information, visit http://www.reflexmath.com.

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