ST Math is available for students to use both at school and at home. In the classroom, teachers can project the instructional materials and activities onto a whiteboard or screen. Teachers can also assign homework that students complete using the software at home or in a computer lab.
Additionally, there is an ST Math Homeschool version for K to 12 students who are homeschooled. As of 2015, this version is available only as a limited release.
ST stands for Spatial-Temporal, and the software is designed to help students master mathematical concepts using visual learning techniques. It features interactive animations and math-based games based off of neuroscience research at University of California, Irvine.