When students see math as a set of problems that have one single approach or answer, it can make math seem tiresome or boring at best, and unachievable at worst. Promoting an exploration-oriented approach to math will not only make math far more interesting, but it also will develop important analytical and flexible thinking skills for advanced math.

*Best-suited for students with weaker: Long-term Memory, Metacognition, Working Memory, Processing Speed (Source: Digital Promise Learner Variability Project)*