Get More Math Awarded Research-Based Design for Instructional Learning Products: Product Certification

Product Certification Provides Transparency to Edtech Marketplace

SEPTEMBER 2023 Washington, D.C. – Get More Math has earned the Research-Based Design for Instructional Learning Products: Product Certification from Digital Promise. This Product Certification serves as a rigorous, reliable signal for district and school leaders, educators, and families looking for edtech products with a confirmed basis in research about learning.

Get More Math submitted evidence to Digital Promise confirming a link between research on how students learn and the product’s design. Get More Math also demonstrated their commitment to making their research basis clear and accessible to the public.

Get More Math provides spiral practice sessions uniquely tailored to each student’s needs, supporting mastery of new skills and long-term retention. “If it seems like math skills and concepts go in one ear, then out the other, it may be time to incorporate daily spiral review,” suggests Josh Britton, Founder and CEO of Get More Math. “Get More Math makes it brain-friendly with interleaved, spaced retrieval.”

“Educators and researchers continue to uncover important insights about how people learn,” said Christina Luke Luna, Chief Learning Officer, Pathways and Credentials at Digital Promise. “Digital Promise’s Research-Based Design Product Certification recognizes the edtech products that incorporate research about learning into their design and development. Congratulations to Get More Math for demonstrating that research informs product design!”

Through Product Certifications, consumers can narrow their options as they select products based on research about learning before trying it out in their classrooms. Digital Promise launched the Research-Based Design Product Certification in February 2020 and has certified over 70 products to date.

The Research-Based Design Product Certification uses a competency-based learning framework, developed in consultation with Digital Promise’s Learner Variability Project advisory board, expert researchers in the Learning Sciences field, and nearly 50 educators across the United States. Further detail about its development can be found in Digital Promise’s reports, Designing Edtech that Matters for Learning: Research-Based Design Product Certifications (2020) and An Overlooked Indicator of Edtech Quality: The Use of Learning Sciences Research (2022).

All developers, educators, edtech investors, and families are also encouraged to sign the Research-Based Product Promise and demand high-quality, research-driven products that support each unique learner. More information on Digital Promise’s Product Certifications can be found at

“More than 8,000 products are used in K-12 schools and fewer than 1 percent have earned this recognition,” said Rachel Schechter, Ph.D.,  Learning Experience Design (LXD) Research, who helped advise Get More Math in preparing the application. 

About LXD Research

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