Diagnostic Assessment for up to 81 key concepts from years 1 through 9.
Diagnostic Assessment for up to 40 key concepts from years 1 through 9.
Structured Learning Pathways
Curriculum coverage across structured journeys: numbers, fractions, measurement, data literacy, problem solving, patterns and algebra and space and shape
Curriculum coverage across structured journeys: visual communication, oral comprehension, written comprehension, and language structure
Focused on mastery learning
Focused on building deep conceptual understanding in Mathematics that impact later years of understanding.
Focused on Functional English and reading for meaning allowing students to infer meaning from the world around them.
Independent Personalised Learning
Reflective Learning puposely guides your child through their learning journey, creating opportunities for them to take control of their learning independently and to develop lifelong learning skills.
Metacognitive practices help students understand their strengths and what they need to improve on. It's about knowing what you don't know yet, and then finding ways to learn or get better. If you understand your own strengths and weaknesses, you can make better plans for how to study or practice.
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Closing the learning gap
This chart shows a big issue: many students are not where they should be in Maths and English.
This isn't just about school; it's a real-life problem. Falling behind in these subjects makes it tough to grasp new lessons in class. The result? Ongoing struggles in school that could affect their entire future.
To really catch up, students need to put in the work at home too.
These learning gaps are not just school issues; they're hurdles to future opportunities. To overcome them, focused effort both in school and at home is essential. It's not just about improving grades; it's about setting the stage for a better life.
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Yes. Reflective Learning requires a device to run. The program is browser based and will run on both laptops and desktops as well as all smart devices, tablets and mobile phones.
Is it aligned to the curriculum?
Reflective Learning is aligned with multiple global curricula for Year 1 through 9. It covers the core concepts required to build a solid foundation in Maths and English.
Can I track my child's progress?
Yes, every Reflective Learning at Home account gives Parents or Guardians access to follow their child's progress through their learning journing. You can access this through an observer account or from your parent portal.
What age groups is Reflective Learning at Home designed for?
Reflective Learning is designed for students from Years 5 to Year 10.
How is Reflective Learning different from other Maths programs?
Reflective Learning focuses on deep conceptual understanding and building conceptual mastery personalised to each student's needs. Most other programs focus on fluency and exam preparation methods that don't address the root cause of a students challenges.
What browser should students use?
Ideally students use Google Chrome as their browser but the program will work on other browsers.
Where can I get extra support if needed?
Throughout the launch term and beyond, you and your child will have access to Reflective Learning's world-class support. Use the in-app chat or simply email us at email@example.com for any issue that concerns you, and you'll receive a timely response to address the matter. For further support options, you can visit our website. www.reflectivelearning.co