Successmaker helps children with their math and reading abilities. Children who use the program are 34 percent more successful at math and 10 percent more successful at reading, according to a study by Gatti Evaluation.
Successmaker is a computer program that uses a game-like environment to teach reading and math. It is designed to support class instruction and provide opportunities for practice and remediation.
Successmaker uses a continually adaptive model to provide tasks of appropriate difficulty for the student. It features a comprehensive data and reporting system, allowing teachers to identify subject areas in need of further study. Successmaker is a Pearson Education product. It was originally developed by Dr Patrick Suppes of Stanford University.