Proven scientific results. Studies report significant improvements with only 3 learning sessions of 20 minutes per week.
Multi-sensory learning. Using neuroscience and computer science, this approach encourages the brain to use new pathways and process math more efficiently.
Goal-oriented. The learner is guided by the software and led on an individual path to success. A built-in reward system motivates learners to succeed.
Fun and motivational. Game-based learning promotes self-confidence and thus fosters academic performance.
Adaptive learning. Content adapts to meet the needs of all learners, including the needs of those with learning difficulties.
Proven success. More than 500 schools and 25,000 children use Calcularis each year.
Over 47 games are featured in the Calcularis software and are designed to train number processing, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in the number ranges 0-10, 0-20, 0-100 and 0-1000.
Throughout the training, learners are guided by an integrated companion character that supports their learning process. Learners can track their progress at any time using progress maps that motivate them to continue. Badges for skills learned and rewards are awarded for their achievements and can be used to purchase goodies and access new game settings.
Calcularis Coach enables educational staff, therapists, parents to track children's progress. From simple summaries of training times to detailed analyses, Coach offers everything you need to provide students with valuable support.