Expect Outstanding Results!
- ALL OF YOUR STUDENTS who are expected to move into higher levels of math CAN LEARN MATH FACTS TO AUTOMATICITY (instantly without hesitation).
- When the Rocket Math Worksheet program is taught daily with fidelity to the curriculum, students learn at least one learning track (operation) to automaticity per semester.
- When the Online Game program is used daily, students learn at least one learning track per quarter.
- Students who have mastered math facts show marked improvement in higher order math algorithms including fractions, word problems, long division, multi-digit multiplication and a host of other areas.
- Even pre-algebra and algebra students find coursework much easier when they successfully complete Rocket Math to learn math facts to automaticity.
- TALK TO YOUR COLLEAGUES! Word-of-mouth recommendations from teachers who have experienced successful student outcomes with Rocket Math are responsible for the widespread use of the curriculum throughout North America and Australia.
View PDF: The third stage of learning math facts: Automaticity–Dr. Don’s Unpublished manuscript
View PDF: How fast is fast enough to be automatic?
View PDF: Excerpt from the third stage of Learning Math Facts: Automaticity
Studies of Rocket Math
Researchers! I would like to support your efforts. To enable a research study contact me and I’ll get you a free subscription to Rocket Math or free access to the Rocket Math Apps. -Dr. Don
Johnson, R. (2023) The Impact of Number Sense and Computer Assisted Instructional Strategies on Math Fact Fluency Unpublished paper submitted for Western Governors University Masters Program
Bishop, S. (2022) Third-grade multiplication fact fluency. Unpublished paper submitted for Western Governors University masters capstone project
Hudson, M. V. (2012) A study about the effectiveness of the Rocket Math program to achieve multiplication facts (0-9) fluency, automaticity, and mastery. Unpublished paper submitted to Northwest Missouri State University Department of Educational Leadership, College of Education and Human Services. P 1-69.
Rave, K. & Golightly, A. F. (2014) The effectiveness of the rocket math program for improving basic multiplication fact fluency in fifth grade students: a case study. Education, v134 n4 p537-547 Sum 2014
Smith, C. R., Marchand-Martella, N. E., & Martella, R. C. (2011). Assessing the Effects of the Rocket Math Program with a Primary Elementary School Student At Risk for School Failure: A Case Study. Education and Treatment of Children, 34(2), 247-258
D.J. Traylor (2012). “Mastery of Basic Multiplication Facts for Students With Learning Disabilities,” unpublished paper for Dr. Mary Scarlato at Western Oregon University.
Jane Traylor follow up student data on multiplication fact fluency
NOTE TO TEACHERS, SCHOOLS, DISTRICTS: While I am waiting for others to conduct and publish more research on Rocket Math, I make the following offer.
- Note: The Rocket Math Online Game now has the ability for you to set up “gold-standard” randomized control studies comparing Rocket Math to any other program. Here’s info on that unique feature.
- If you wish to conduct research comparing Rocket Math to some other method of practicing math facts and share your results–I will provide Rocket Math for free for the duration of the study.
- If you publish the results of a study on Rocket Math, I will provide a year’s subscription for your school at no cost.
I am certain it is the best math facts practice curriculum available but I have to wait for researchers independent of me to confirm that fact.