Developed by math specialists, cognitive psychologists and hit songwriters, Muzology is an award-winning learning platform that uses music videos to make learning math fun, engaging and effective.
The Muzology platform is easy to implement and supports students of various background and abilities.
Muzology can be used across grades levels.
Muzology is used by students in grades 5-8 to get algebra-ready, and by students in grades 8-10 for learning recovery.
Muzology works for students at any level of math proficiency.
Effective for Tier 1, 2 and 3 instruction, SPED, rapid remediation, refreshers and students with IEPs. Muzology supports learners of various learning styles and abilities.
Muzology is an inclusive learning experience.
Includes written lyrics and read-aloud options to support ELL students and UDL compliance. Videos feature artists who promote diversity and inclusion.
Muzology's instructional math music videos are developed based on rigorous math standards and supplement most math curricula. Plus, the Muzology learning system is SEL aligned as students experience breakthroughs in self-confidence, pride, self-efficacy, grit/perseverance and collaboration.
Videos cover math standards including:
At Muzology, educators are our Rockstars. The following resources are included with your Muzology subscription to support you every step of the way.
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Muzology increases engagement, motivation and understanding of math. Created by math specialists and learning experts, Muzology presents challenging math topics—mapped to standards—in a clear, relevant, memorable and engaging manner.
Muzology is gamified! There are three Challenge Levels (basic, proficient and advanced) for each math music video. These in-platform formative assessments get progressively more challenging as students level up. Dashboards allow you to track student progress and growth.
Guide and differentiate student learning by assigning custom Muzology playlists. This keeps students in sync with your curriculum and pacing, focused on areas for improvement, and able to learn in a self-paced manner. Playlists are great for synchronous and asynchronous learning.
"I used Muzology anytime there was downtime or if [students] were done with an assignment early....My scores went up by a whole number on the TNReady test. This is my sixth year, and that improvement, that dramatically has never been made.“ - Middle school math teacher
Middle School Student
Math Department Chair (Little Rock, AR)
Middle School Student
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