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Digital Directions International, Inc. (DDI) is a socially-responsible, educational technology pioneer and publisher of digital educational content. DDI’s mission is to use appropriate new technologies and research-based educational pedagogies to improve learning efficiencies, raise standardized test scores and make learning fun and accessible for English language learners (ELLs) and other K-12 students struggling to learn mathematics and other subjects. DDI is initially focused on developing online supplemental and educational intervention software products for K-12.
HELP Math is a supplemental mathematics intervention which engages students through interactive multimedia lessons that break down math terms and concepts, so that students can easily understand and retain the math content. HELP Math targets vocabulary development and embeds sheltered instruction techniques directly into standards-aligned content using technology. With its scaffolded instruction and focus on the intersection of math concept and skill development and English language acquisition, HELP Math is suitable for all students needing extra support, particularly the English language learner (ELL).
The HELP Math program has 3-years of gold-standard research showing its effectiveness in raising student’s math scores and was “deemed to be of high quality” by the Government and Performance Results Act (GPRA) independent review panel of qualified experts (U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement, 2007). HELP Math has more than 200 hours of sheltered instructional math content for elementary and middle school students, grades 3-8.
The HELP project is partially funded by the U.S. Department of Education. 46% of this project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education. 54% of the project is funded by non-federal funds.
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