5 themes, 53 chapters, 1,699 activities
covering 8th Grade official curriculum in Math
In most U.S. schools, eighth grade marks the bridge between middle school and high school. Accordingly, eighth grade students need to enhance their understanding of math fundamentals, develop logic and reasoning skills, and interpret graphs, charts and data. Designed to fulfill Common Core Standards, iTooch 8th Grade Math app emphasizes precision and mastery. Its five sections – Functions, Algebraic Structures, Properties and Operations, Statistics and Probability, and Geometry – provide students with both review and challenge problems while taking advantage of the unique iPad forum for ease of learning and visual enhancement. Both middle and high school students can use iTooch 8th Grade Math to check their understanding, practice before tests and quizzes, and move to the next levels of math as they transition to high school.
Loaded with thousands of questions, apps cover official educational curricula & comply with Common Core State Standards.
This app creates great game dynamics and incentives, so that the user always wants to progress further in the application.
Apps embed a blackboard and a calculator for students to write and calculate directly on the screen without having to leave the app.
A lesson summary is attached to each chapter, to underline the core concepts students should know to answer questions.
Move instantly from one screen to the next. Stop waiting for information to load from a server: bandwidth is no longer an issue.
Apps automatically sync in the background in order to load new activities whenever an Internet connection is available.
Are you a school representative who would like to buy iTooch 8th Grade Math for your entire organization? Good news! iTooch 8th Grade Math is eligible for the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) for Educational Institutions. We will offer you special pricing for purchases of 20 apps or more. To take advantage of this offer, you can buy our iTooch 8th Grade Math app, instead of buying the content as an in-app purchase of our iTooch Middle School app. For more information about the Volume Purchase Program, you can consult Apple’s website. Have questions in mind? Feel free to contact us.
iTooch 8th Grade Math co-author, Nina Berler has taught middle-school English and math and worked one-on-one with numerous middle and high school students to improve writing skills, enhance study habits, prepare for standardized tests and interviews, and apply to independent schools and colleges. She also is an independent contractor for eduPad, the Educational Testing Service and the Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition. During her corporate career, Nina worked for professional services provider KPMG, where she directed the Executive Education program unit and led marketing communications initiatives. Nina has an AB with Honors from Brown University and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business. She is presently completing UCLA’s certificate program in College Counseling. Nina is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and the Brown Alumni Schools Committee.
iTooch 8th Grade Math co-author, William Scott Stone, has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio and has worked for Northrop Grumman as a computer programmer. He also has a bachelor’s degree in teacher education from Stockton College of Ponoma, New Jersey. He has been an educator for five years teaching middle school math and social studies. He has completely redesigned a school district’s website based on teacher needs and ease of use.
Prior to his education he served in the United States Army for eight years during which he was deployed to Desert Storm (1st Iraq War 1991). During his service he worked on and operated various military vehicles. The majority of his service was completed at Fort Campbell Kentucky (101st Airborne Division) where he received his wings and was promoted to Sargeant.
iTooch 8th Grade Math editor, Eileen Heyes has a BA in journalism from California State University, Long Beach. She wrote and edited at newspapers for 30 years while trying to decide what she wanted to be when she grew up. She is the author of three nonfiction books for teens and two mysteries for children. In learning the storytelling craft, she has studied screenwriting and improv, earned a certificate in Documentary Arts, and volunteered in the street cast of a Renaissance Faire. She takes it all back into the classroom as a writer-in-residence with the United Arts Council of Wake County, North Carolina. Originally from Los Angeles, she now lives in Raleigh with her brilliant husband and one of her two interesting, articulate sons.