FASTT Math and Fraction Nation

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The FASTT Math intervention program uses the research-validated FASTT system (Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching with Technology) to help all students develop fluency with basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. FASTT Math assesses all students to uncover fluency gaps and to establish a baseline of fluency for each student. FASTT Math automatically differentiates instruction in customized, 10-minute daily sessions. FASTT Math ensures that all students, regardless of their fluency level, build the long-lasting fluency they will need to tackle higher-order math. Research has shown that students who log into and complete their FASTT Math lessons at least three times per week, are likely to be much more successful with their math skills. FASTT Math is designed for students at the 2nd grade level of math and above.

Fraction Nation:

Fraction Nation targets fractions and decimals, two of the most difficult concepts to teach and learn. Designed to develop the critical foundations of fraction fluency, conceptual understanding and procedural knowledge. Fraction Nation delivers fraction fluency through explicit instruction, extensive practice, and ongoing assessments. Fraction Nation guides students on a journey through 64 carefully crafted lessons to build a strong foundation in fractions and decimals, all in 15-minute lessons. Fraction Nation is designed for students at the 4th grade level of math and above.

Licensing for FASTT Math and Fraction Nation:

Some schools have site licenses for FASTT Math, but others have limited licensing for this application. Fraction Nation licenses were all purchased by Title 1 and each Title 1 site has been assigned a specific amount of licenses. The number of licenses for each site can change throughout the year. The site’s Title 1 Coordinator manages enrollment in these programs, based on students’ qualifications.

Technical Support:

Below are instructions for Teachers and Tech Support Specialists on how to get access to SAM (for teachers), FASTT Math and Fraction Nation and how to use SAM.

The FASTT Math and Fraction Nation server is located at the Ed Center. The Title 1 Technology Support Specialist provides technical support for these applications. If you are having any problems with FASTT Math and/or Fraction Nation, please contact your Technology Support Specialist (TSS) first. If they can't solve the problem, you or your TSS can email Monica Thompson ( ) for support.