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How can Destination Math supplement classroom teaching?

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Destination Math is a computer program designed to allow students to practice material at home that matches what they are learning in class. There are a variety of versions of Destination Math, separated by target age and subject matter.

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The manufacturer recommends that students use Destination Math for approximately 90 minutes per week. The program features step-by-step instructions regarding material being covered in class. Students use the program to practice different problems and sequences in subjects such as Advanced Math, intended for grades six through eight, and Algebra, for grades nine through 12. In addition to Destination Math, there is a Destination Reading program that serves an equivalent purpose for its subject matter.

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