What's New - Young Einstein Mathematics
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Released August 2007. Simply more features and and a tighter fit to the standard curriculum with extra functionality for school versions to make life easier for teachers.
Released August 2005. An additional set of 400 audio tracks now enables most of the questions to be heard as well as read. With the massive expansion of activities introduced in V3.0, there were also a few software glitches that came through as well. Hopefully these have all been addressed with V3.1. This new version also has the ability to automatically prompt you when newer updates are available to make sure your software is current.
Released May 2005, this version outperforms everything to date. With new graphics and over 330 activities broken down into year levels, it is now a complete integrated package for primary schools throughout Australia.
This version released August 2004, sees the release of the Helper Series of titles. These are smaller subsets of the original complete Maths Practice software with each series coving one major part of the curriculum. Five different titles are available and can be purchased separately.
This version also delivers audio soundtrack instructions for each module. These supplement the existing written instructions. This is of major help to students who struggle with reading as it provides the equivalent information in a slow paced voice format.
Some of the games have also been further advanced to provide a greater depth of variation.
Two additional modules have been added to strengthen the early and mid year levels, bringing it to 58 different modules.
A minor change to allow for the main administrative configuration screen to be password protected in the home environment. There is also a generous 21 day free evaluation built into the software for those that want to try before they buy.
New release arrived January 2004. This included the ability to produce customised homework sheet for most modules. Enhancements to student reporting with graphing and a few additional modules were added. Some layout and instruction changes to make it more intuitive for students.
Pricing restructure to make student licenses more affordable.
Change to the registration process to enable students to purchase just the tutorial modules they require.
6 Modules added, bringing it to 51 modules.
Audio sound feedback.
Improvements in administrator functionality
5 Modules added, bringing it to 45 modules.
Enhancements to graphics and grammar usage.
Additional security layer for administrators to limit printing, student changes etc.
Enhanced reporting when working with multiple student results.
Simplified installation process.
5 games added to bring a bit more fun and challenge.
Documentation improved and extended.
3 modules added, bringing it to a total of 35.
Multiple bugs fixed.
14 modules added, bringing it to 32 modules.
Major additions to the user configuration settings.
Core modules identified from pilot groups forming the first 18 modules available in circulation.