- Click here if you are a parent or student who wishes access to our Adaptive Learning System.
- Click here if you are a teacher who wishes access to our Adaptive Learning System.
If you are a teacher from a school which registered for any of our 2012-2013 contests,
you can register to access to all features of our Adaptive Learning System for $9.95 for all your students of any selected grade valid through 06/30/2013, and
your students may take our contests on your school computers or iPads and have the scoring process and submission of scores done for you.
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The Math League Contests (www.mathleague.com) are designed to build student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems. Over 1 million students around the world participate in Math League Contests each year. Every contest has questions from different areas of mathematics, suitable for the grade level indicated. The questions range in difficulty from straightforward through moderate to challenging. Many students first develop an interest in mathematics through problem-solving activities such as these contests.
Math League Adaptive Learning System:
Repository of questions: Questions in Math League Adaptive Learning System are from the following Math League Contests.
- 4th Grade Contests (24 contests, 1988-1989 through 2011-2012)
- 5th Grade Contests (24 contests, 1988-1989 through 2011-2012)
- 6th Grade Contests (33 contests, 1979-1980 through 2011-2012)
- 7th Grade Contests (35 contests, 1977-1978 through 2011-2012)
- 8th Grade Contests (35 contests, 1977-1978 through 2011-2012)
- Algebra Course 1 Contests (19 contests, 1993-1994 through 2011-2012)
- High School Contests (210 contests, 1977-1978 through 2011-2012, 6 contests per year)
- Stanford Math League Summer Tournament (2011-2012)
All questions are computer-gradable, except High School Contests questions and Stanford Math League Summer Tournament questions.
We assign properties to each question. The properties assigned include: grade level, year (in which year's contest), math topic(s) (for example, probability, arithmetic progression, and etc.), level of difficulty. So users (teachers/parents/students) can view the properties of each question and they can search questions based on one property or combination of several properties.
- Properties of High School Contests questions or Stanford Math League Summer Tournament questions are not defined yet. They will be defined soon.
Parents can select appropriate questions from the system, generate a test paper, and have their kids take the test.
The system keeps track all the questions a student didn't answer correctly. We call this the "mistake list" of a particular student. A student can always check his/her "mistake list" and work on the questions again. The system can also generate "similar questions." Question A's similar questions are defined as the questions which have the same topic as that of Question A and the same level of difficulty.
The system can conduct analysis of a student's performance of a particular past period, for example, the last two months, identifying the topics he/she has mastered (strengths), and the topics he/she needs more work (weaknesses), and generating questions for this student to improve his/her weaknesses.
A teacher can create a class (or classes) in the system. This class can be the same class you are teaching at your school. You can then enroll your students in your class, and assign homework, i.e. contests, to each student.
No part of this system may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage or retrieval system, or any other means, without written permission from the producer. Request for permission or further information should be addressed to Boya Education LLC.