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Highlights of IXL
Comprehensive coverage of K–12 math and language arts curricula.
IXL covers over 6,000 skills through an infinite number of computer-generated questions, so students can never run out of new questions to try. They are free to practice each skill until they have truly mastered it.
New subjects! Science and social studies for grades 2–5.
Our expertly scaffolded skills challenge students to think critically, evaluate primary sources, and draw conclusions. Brand-new question types and challenges keep students motivated to master more skills.
Alignment to the Common Core, DoDEA, and all state standards.
Detailed listings for each standard show you which specific IXL skills align to each strand. Monitor your students' state standards readiness throughout the year to make sure your class is on track and fully prepared for standardized testing.
Insightful reporting that tracks student progress.
With IXL Analytics, immerse yourself in easy-to-understand visualizations that make each student's practice come alive. Real-time insights, along with school-year data, inform your lesson plans and give you unprecedented insight into your students' progress.
Professional development for site license schools.
IXL's training specialists can design a custom training plan tailored to your school's goals—from intervention to test prep to digital implementations, we can help your teachers get the most from IXL.
Wide variety of question types, from word problems to interactive graphing.
Each skill is approached from multiple angles, offering different ways for students to think about each topic. Rather than featuring multiple choice alone, IXL offers dynamic question types for a deeper level of learning.
Unlimited access to all grade levels.
Whether they want to review past lessons or jump ahead to learn new skills, students will always have access to skills that meet their needs. Plus, IXL is web-based, so students can practice anywhere, anytime—including in school and at home.
Virtual prizes and awards to celebrate learning milestones.
As students progress through IXL, they are rewarded with prizes such as virtual game board pieces, medals, and print-out certificates. Students feel a sense of accomplishment when they've earned an award and are motivated to keep practicing, often comparing awards with classmates and friends.
iPad and Android tablet apps for mobile practice.
Visuals and audio designed for the touchscreen make our apps a multi-sensory delight. With all the functionality of our website and a host of unique tablet-only features you won't be able to put it down. Plus, access to the apps is free for all IXL members, so going mobile is easy!
Featured content on IXL
IXL's fun, interactive content is forging a new era of language arts instruction!
IXL makes rigorous high school math content approachable and engaging for all students.
How do you meet the needs of every student when skill levels range from kindergarten to high school in a single class? Katrina Musco uses IXL math and language arts to ensure every student is challenged and supported.
Quincy Vander Molen, a high school math teacher and department head at River Homelink School, needed a solution that would help her highly independent students build mastery and fluency at home—and help her monitor their progress.
10/5/201612:30 PM PDTLearn how tapping into students' grit can drive standards mastery and content fluency in the classroom. We will share easy-to-apply strategies that can help all students to build a "growth mindset."(30 minutes)
10/5/20162:30 PM PDTLearn how tapping into students' grit can drive standards mastery and content fluency in the classroom. We will share easy-to-apply strategies that can help all students to build a "growth mindset."(30 minutes)
10/5/20163:30 PM PDTLearn how tapping into students' grit can drive standards mastery and content fluency in the classroom. We will share easy-to-apply strategies that can help all students to build a "growth mindset."(30 minutes)
My students are working harder than they have worked all year. My students are logging in before and after school to complete more problems. They are also begging their other teachers to allow them to go to computer rooms to work on IXL whenever those classes have down time. I have never seen them beg to work on math before!”Jacqueline Lewis, 9th grade Algebra 1 teacher,