D’Vinci, Media4Math create interactive online math tool

Media4Math has launched a flipped-classroom tool that allows educators and parents to assign digital algebra and geometry modules for use on computers and tablets.

D’Vinci Interactive partnered with Media4Math to create a new level of interactivity in math lessons for middle school and high school students. D’Vinci is based in Hagerstown, Md., and Harrisburg, Pa. Media4Math is based in Washington, D.C.

The math modules increase access to student-friendly online lessons that can be used in or out of the classroom.

Educators can evaluate student responses to the standards-aligned modules live or with post-session reports.

The goal is to have students learn and apply key math concepts in an engaging interactive format.

Media4Math (M4M) has been collaborating with educators and parents for more than 10 years to create online math resources for students. Since 2008, the M4M brand has reached nearly a million educators through its portfolio of products (DVDs, M4M Classic, M4M Classroom) and its YouTube and SlideShare channels, Twitter and Facebook feed. Media4Math has partnered with Texas Instruments, Google Earth, Renaissance Learning, Infobase Learning and New Dimensions Media to develop content resources for math educators.

D’Vinci Interactive develops learning experiences, educational websites and web and mobile applications. D’Vinci extends its capabilities through its parent company, JPL, a creative agency that provides strategic marketing, internal communications, media production, and web development to regional, national and global brands.