170,000 math problems is a lot of problems, and this year Trinity students achieved a major milestone; combined our students completed 170,000 math problems since September in an online Mathematics program called IXL. IXL is a play on words, and 170,000 problems serve as proof that Trinity students do “excel” in this interactive learning program.
IXL is a comprehensive math review site with an unlimited number of practice questions in hundreds of skills—all of which are aligned to the standards on Trinity’s achievement tests throughout the year. Students not only use IXL at school, they also access IXL from home, and our Sizzling Summer Matrix encourages IXL practice at home during these summer months away from school.
The IXL website saves all of a student’s attempts and results, so along with teachers, parents can monitor their own child’s individual progress and keep track of all the hard work (one of our Three Big Rules at Trinity!) encountered in IXL. Once a skill is mastered, it’s on to higher level skills!
Congratulations to Trinity students for accomplishing this significant milestone.