New Classrooms is an organization that imagines a learning model that addresses each student's distinct needs. In an effort to provide great math content to those who are eager to learn in ways that makes sense for themselves, Sophia and New Classrooms have forged a partnership that aims to change education for good. Sophia and New Classrooms share the philosophy of the classroom for each and every student.
We help to power New Classrooms' adaptive learning model by providing students with sequenced math Pathways to help them master concepts. All Sophia Pathways accessed through New Classrooms offer students concepts taught in multiple ways by many different teachers to appeal to different learning preferences. The best part? They are all FREE!
With over 6,000 middle school students in 15 schools across the country receiving personalized math instruction through Teach to One: Math, New Classrooms has nearly doubled the number of students and schools they serve. WIth current and forthcoming locations in Chicago, New York City, Washington D.C., Charlotte, Newark, Elizabeth, and Perth Amboy, New Classrooms continues its mission to transform educational opportunities for all.
In this skill, you will multiply and divide integers.
In this skill, you will solve real world and mathematical problems using maps and scale drawings.
In this skill, you will know how ratios work and express ratios in different forms using ratio language.
In this skill, you will add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.
In this skill, you will solve real world and mathematical problems about percent increase and decrease.
In this skill, you will explore the relationship between the perimeter and area of rectangles.
In this skill, you will add and subtract fractions with like denominators.
In this skill, you will solve real world and mathematical problems about simple interest.
In this skill, you will determine the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set and use these measures to describe the data set.
In this skill, you will calculate compound interest and solve real world and mathematical problems involving interest.