In this webinar, David Rudel, a Data Scientist at ExploreLearning, takes a look at the results from a controlled random math fact fluency trial at an elementary school in Florida.

- For 14 ½ weeks, half of the 2
^{nd }and 3^{rd } grade students used Reflex and the other half used traditional classroom math fact fluency methods at the school.
- Examining pre and post test results, students using Reflex improved their math fact fluency more quickly and effectively.
- A high-usage Reflex class that started out with a low average fluency eclipsed a 3
^{rd} grade gifted class not using Reflex.

## Presenters:

David Rudel is the Senior Principal Data Scientist at ExploreLearning. A published mathematician and science author, he taught middle school students before joining the company in 2005. David attended Harvey Mudd College (BS, Mathematics) and Dartmouth College (MA, Mathematics).