About Get More Math!
Get More Math® provides cumulative practice sessions uniquely tailored to each student’s needs, supporting mastery of new skills and long-term retention. GMM is a hyper-intelligent teacher’s aid that creates daily personalized assignments as an individual retention path. Every math teacher knows it is hard to help students to learn a new skill, but even harder to make sure it sticks. Will a student retain new concepts next week — or next year?
Get More Math is designed by a math teacher to ensure that the answer is: yes! GMM builds math practice sessions for each student that include both new material and thorough review of old concepts and skills.
Made by a math teacher!
The first version of Get More Math was created in 2005. Continually used, refined, and improved by math teachers, Get More Math has developed into a powerful tool for math teachers everywhere.
Josh Britton, creator of GMM, loves teaching kids to think mathematically. Every year since he started as a math teacher in 1996, he has been experimenting with best practices for teaching Pre-Algebra and Algebra. He started developing GMM to help leverage his time in the classroom and ensure that all kids, regardless of aptitude, were able to grow their math skills.
Why did Josh make Get More Math?
Hear from our founder, Josh Britton, about why he got into teaching, what lessons he learned, and how Get More Math helps students better retain mathematical concepts.
Watch this short video.
Helping teachers across America!
Get More Math is based in Sonora, California and has employees across the nation. Supported by our talented team of developers and customer success professionals, GMM continues its goal of helping students get more math.
The GMM team at a corporate gathering.
Our California headquarters:
905 Mono Way
Sonora CA 95370.
Our Latest News
We’re looking forward to the third annual Connecting for Excellence Learning Summit happening next week (April 2, 2019) at Allegheny Intermediate Unit 3 in Homestead, PA. This wonderful event organized by Waterfront Learning gets teachers, administrators, and service providers together to learn how to best prepare students for successful careers. Our very own Pam Long will be giving a presentation from 10:50-11:40
CLOSED TO NEW APPLICANTS If you’re a teacher in Texas and are looking for an opportunity to help kids become better learners, today is your lucky day! Get More Math is enjoying significant growth in Texas and is currently seeking a qualified and friendly individual from the Lone Star State to join our team of trainers. Members of our training team are
The entire Get More Math team is proud to announce we have been honored with the 2019 Partnership Award from the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education, or PAMLE as it is more commonly known. Each year, PAMLE selects an organization that has helped support their efforts of achieving its mission statement: “Our association is dedicated to the principle of maximizing each student’s achievement
Get More Math is pleased to announce that we will once again be attending the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention for 2019! Last year’s show was a great success and we’re looking forward to having many more enriching conversations and meetings about how our math practice software can help Texas students increase their long-term retention. This year’s show (the 39th annual) will
If you’ll be in the Sacramento area during March 3-5, you’re in luck! Get More Math will be attending the 2019 Educating for Careers 2019 Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center. This year’s theme is “The Foundation for Success” and features keynote speakers Steve Dembo, Erin Gruwell, and William Martinez. Topics that will be covered in breakout sessions include: Administrative Issues; Articulation & Dual
Will you be in the San Diego area during November 8-10? If so, we’d love you to stop by and say hello! Get More Math will be in attendance at Booth #320 at the 2018 ACSA Leadership Summit in beautiful San Diego from Thursday, November 8 through Saturday, November 10. This conference is sponsored and organized by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA)
Let’s face it – absences happen in school. Whether a student is sick, has to travel for a sporting event, is on a family vacation, or anything in between, most students will miss a day or two now and again. What do you do as a Get More Math teacher and user when that happens? When a student misses math class and
Join the Get More Math training team for our next webinar on either Tuesday, February 5 or Thursday, February 7 to learn more about the student experience of using GMM. We will go over the student interface, look at the options found in the student menu, discuss hotkeys, and dive into the help documents on the GMM website. This webinar will be offered on two different dates
If you’re a math teacher looking to give your 2018-19 school year a boost, you’ll want to tune in to our upcoming webinar! For the unaware, Get More Math is a comprehensive online tool that increases mastery and retention throughout the year. Get More Math is effective because it provides a cumulative mixed review automatically differentiated for each student. The problem bank cover