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The Math Learning Center Blog

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Forefront Math is a third-party company that hosts Bridges assessments, organizes results, and uses clear, intuitive reports to help educators translate information into a powerful catalyst for improving instruction. Using your Bridges in Mathematics and Number Corner assessment results, Forefront paints portraits of learning so you can clearly see how your students are performing. Forefront...
The Math Learning Center recognizes that the context for intervention is very different from the regular classroom setting. To enable educators to configure the Bridges Intervention materials to fit their local needs, schools and districts can buy additional materials without teachers guides. Program components—game boards, spinners, and card decks—can be purchased by box for each of the programs’...
Rick Ludeman, Chief Executive Officer
We’ve all been through it before. We spend months teaching our students mathematical content and over time, we start to see them making progress. And then all of a sudden winter break sneaks up, seemingly out of nowhere. And when our students return two weeks later, we find it’s stressful to review concepts that we thought were secure, especially knowing that there’s new content to cover. This is...
Are you following us Twitter and Pinterest? Our Pinterest board has hundreds of pins on math education, links to free resources, and much more. We have boards dedicated to grade levels as well as math topics. You're bound to find something that you can use right away in your classroom. Teachers everywhere are following us and sharing their experiences using Bridges on Twitter using #BridgesMath...
Collin Nelson
Join us for an overview presentation for those considering adopting Bridges. Bridges in Mathematics is a clearly articulated PK–5 curriculum offering a unique blend of problem solving and skill building. It equips teachers to fully implement the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in a manner that is rigorous, coherent, engaging, and accessible to all learners. The curriculum focuses on...
Collin Nelson
You may have noticed some recent changes to our online store. We improved navigation and increased the amount of product information. And we’re happy to report our biggest change—the ability to complete orders online. (Read more about purchasing) New photography, along with more detailed product descriptions, will help visitors familiarize themselves with our products. For example, every Bridges...
Collin Nelson
Join us in celebrating the arrival of Bridges in Mathematics Pre-K , an exciting new preschool math program. Bridges Pre-K features intentional math instruction built around research-based developmental progressions. The program meets state and national early learning standards while helping children develop the skills, concepts, vocabulary, and attitudes they’ll need to succeed with math in...
Allyn Fisher
Bridges in Mathematics is a clearly articulated K–5 curriculum offering a unique blend of problem solving and skill building. It equips teachers to fully implement the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in a manner that is rigorous, coherent, engaging, and accessible to all learners. The curriculum focuses on developing students’ deep understandings of mathematical concepts, proficiency...
Collin Nelson
Bridges Intervention is an elementary intervention program that uses visual models to promote student thinking and accelerate learning. It provides targeted instruction and support for elementary grades, addressing Tier 2 within the RTI framework. Content is organized by topic to ensure students and educators can quickly focus on the most appropriate material regardless of grade level. Each volume...
Collin Nelson
Preview our newest app as we continue to develop it. Partial Product Finder allows multiplication combinations to be represented as a rectangle, or array, with dimensions that match the combination. This helps students develop the flexibility and conceptual understanding required to build fluency with basic facts and strategies for multiplication of larger numbers. Educators can create their own...
Collin Nelson