Figure Math for Districts – Algebra for All 2019-08-19T10:58:21+00:00

Right now, math is divisive. We want it to be inclusive.

figure.   Algebra for ALL. 

An Inclusive Approach to Learning.

Learning math with Figure is like learning to ride a bike.

You didn’t learn how to ride a bike by memorizing rules, reading textbooks, or listening to lectures. You learned to ride by jumping on a bike and eventually taking the training wheels off. With the right tools math is no different! With multiple learning techniques and styles, we can finally reach the goal of algebra for ALL. 

Learning math with Figure is like learning to ride a bike.

You didn’t learn how to ride a bike by memorizing rules, reading textbooks, or listening to lectures. You learned to ride by jumping on a bike and eventually taking the training wheels off. With the right tools math is no different! With multiple learning techniques and styles, we can finally reach the goal of algebra for ALL. 

Level the Playing Field

By making math hands-on!

With Figure Math, teachers can teach students in a new way, provide one-on-one feedback, and create a collaborative and engaged classroom. Figure caters to multiple learning styles, allowing students to work at their own pace and giving teachers another strategy to approach low-performing students. Figure is math for the right side of the brain, making algebra fun to help create real student outcomes.

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Interactive

Figure humanizes algebra, helping student understand the rules before they memorize them. Help your students become 21st century learners!

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Intuitive

Your students use technology everyday. Why not for math? Figure controls are easy to get the hang of, even for teachers!

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Collaborative

Every move on Figure is mathematically correct, so students can focus on the concepts. No fear of failure means math is fun!

I really like it because I can rearrange and solve for equations easily, without worrying about silly mistakes. And.. it’s fun!
Sarah*, Fairview High School

Figure is good for those who need help visualizing things and experimenting with math!

Jake*, Fairview High School

Super easy to use and great for learning in classes and trying to understand the concept.

Sydney*, Boulder Valley School District

Figure helped me to understand what I was doing while doing it.

Katie*, Fairview High School

You should use Figure because it has interesting animations and is good for visualizing what is going on in algebra!

Tom*, Fairview High School
3/4 students say algebra made more sense with Figure
95% of students would recommend Figure to a friend

Still not sure?

Try it out for yourself!

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