Achieve for Mathematics
Achieve is built for you. Achieve grows with you.
Continuous improvement created in partnership with instructors and students, data-driven online resources, and flexible design fit to your specific course needs–built to save you time and connect purposeful study time with improved class performance.
Achieve for Math redefines homework by offering guidance for every student and support for every instructor. Homework is designed to teach by correcting students’ misconceptions through targeted feedback, warnings, and detailed step-by-step solutions, helping teach students conceptual understanding and critical thinking in real-world contexts. Achieve provides flexible tools to complement your teaching style, through interactives powered by Desmos Studio, active learning resources to increase student engagement, and self-paced study tools like videos and adaptive quizzes.
Learning Science Research
Macmillan’s ongoing research and commitment to partnering with our users to tackle course challenges is the heart of continuous improvement of Achieve for Math.
Kiandra Johnson on Achieve
Kiandra Johnson of Spelman College discusses her favorite features of Achieve.
Amine Benkiran on Achieve
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A Closer Look
Achieve is more than just homework. The resources in Achieve are designed to provide opportunities for students to deepen their mathematical knowledge through a variety of exercises and activities, while instructors gain insight into class performance and comprehension.
The result is a flexible, integrated suite of tools proven to be engaging for students of all levels of preparedness, paired with actionable insights that make students’ progress toward outcomes clear and measurable. Achieve is fully accessible and can be integrated with your campus LMS—including Blackboard, Canvas, D2L/Brightspace, Moodle—as well as for Inclusive Access.
See How Achieve Works
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