Math Navigator

A Navigator course and learning data backbone designed to provide real-time, actionable insights and accelerate equitable learning outcomes among all students.

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A Comprehensive Math Course

US K-12 Math Navigator is a comprehensive math course with content coverage from grade 2 through high school. It can be used to supplement math curricula in integrated or traditional course pathways, providing opportunities for support, practice, and enrichment. Math Navigator’s content includes a variety of Common Core aligned resources, videos, simulations, practice questions, and assessments designed to gauge mastery.

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Pathway to Proficiency

Math Navigator is Gooru’s flagship Navigated Learning experience, combining all of Gooru’s tools to create a robust, data-driven complement to any math curriculum. Learner data are synthesized across sources – including digital learning tools, benchmarks, and diagnostic assessments — to generate an individualized pathway for each learner from their unique starting point to their math destination. 

To support this learning journey, Math Navigator offers highly curated, personalized suggestions and a dynamic data backbone providing real-time, actionable insights. Learners also have access to a complete Common-Core-aligned course with material from grades 2 through 12, including teacher-created content and curated open education resources.

Example Content

Math Navigator contains content from elementary to high school. In this example, elementary students use an interactive area builder.

An interactive resource in Math Navigator which allows students to graph and compare proportional relationships.

Compare positive and negative numbers in Math Navigator using this interactive tool from PhET.

Math Navigator supports many content types including text, websites, and video resources.


Math Navigator helps learners develop the foundational knowledge, skills, and thought processes required to be successful in math from Grades 2 to 12, while also preparing them for more advanced mathematics and STEM study.

Math Navigator covers Common Core competencies for 2nd to 12th-grade math, including Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. Each competency has a full spectrum of learning activities, resources, and assessments, including digital and offline resources, machine-graded formative assessments, free response questions, worked solutions, and offline rubric-graded projects.

Learners are empowered as they master foundational math knowledge and skills and practice agency in their learning. Math Navigator also enhances the role of the rest of the learning ecosystem, providing real-time data and research-based learning tools to successfully differentiate teaching and coaching.

Math Navigator can be used to identify and fill specific foundational gaps in math and to extend knowledge to ensure that all learners are at or above grade-level.

Instructors have access to real-time data on individual learners and tools to support efficient and effective individualized instruction.

Administrators can track learning in real-time, to personalize interventions and monitor trends of successes and struggles across classrooms, schools, and districts. Learning outcomes can be measured against school, district, and institution goals.

2.8 years of growth in one year As measured by NWEA MAP

The Results: 2.8 years of growth in one year

Students in the Math Navigator program at Leadership Public Schools gain an average of 2.8 math grade levels per year, as measured by the NWEA MAP.

At LPS, teachers had more time for targeted support, assessment, and preparation. Students’ understanding soared, they took meaningful ownership of their learning, and they were on track to move from elementary proficiency to college readiness by graduation.

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Other Navigator Course Experiences

Continually Expanding

We have comprehensive Navigator experiences in Math, Science and ELA, with many more in development.

Gooru and the collaborator community have the ambitious goal of mapping out all learning so that the GPS for learning can take you anywhere! These efforts are ramping up quickly. If you are interested in contributing, join the effort today!

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US K-12 Math


US Science for 6th, 7th and 8th grade


US English Language Arts (ELA)


India K-12 Math


Professional Development

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Skills Development

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US Navigator Courses

Science Navigator includes NGSS-aligned content for grades 6, 7, and 8 in the areas of Earth and Space Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Science and Engineering Practices. It can be used to supplement science curricula following traditional or integrated course pathways, including Stanford’s SCALE curriculum. Content includes standards-aligned videos, interactives, simulations, labs, and demonstrations, along with free-response questions, argumentation, offline projects, and machine-graded assessments. We are currently working to expand Science Navigator to include elementary and high school science.

English Language Arts (ELA) Navigator is coming soon. It will include Common Core aligned content from upper elementary to high school courses, providing opportunities for support and enrichment in foundational language skills, reading literature and informational texts, writing, and speaking. Content will include a variety of resources and multiple opportunities for students to practice ELA skills in machine-graded assessments, offline activities, and comprehensive projects.

India Navigator Courses

Grade 5 Mathematics Navigator course for students is available as an open resource on the Gooru Navigator. The content is in alignment with NCERT Class 5 course requirements in India. The course is presented as short lessons, each tagged to a competency. The lessons have a collection of videos, solved examples, practice worksheets, and do-it-yourself activities that will deepen understanding of the concept. A set of questions that helps to assess if the learner has understood the competency is also made available.

Grade 9- Mathematics Navigator course is available for students in India for self-study. The contents of this course is in alignment with Grade 9 Mathematics, NCERT. The course is presented as short lessons. A variety of resources in the form of videos, solved examples, worksheets and quiz are available for each lesson. At the end of every lesson, a set of questions help you check if you have understood the contents of the lesson.

India Grade 9 Math Navigator

Africa Navigator Courses

Grade 8 – Math Navigator, aligned to South African Educational Standards will be available soon from Greenshoots

K-8 Math Navigator, aligned to Tanzanian Educational Standards will be available soon, from Ubongo.

A number of skills development courses and soft skills courses are currently in development both for the global and Indian contexts.

Understanding the Learning Navigator is coming in 2021. It is designed for K12 learners, instructors, administrators, and guardians as well as content providers and researchers. This course will provide users with a comprehensive look at how to best use Navigator in the K12 classroom and beyond, covering concepts like building content, monitoring and evaluation through Mission Control, learning and teaching with Navigator, and the science behind Navigator.  The course offers a variety of instructional videos and screenshots, as well as step-by-step instructions pulled from our How-To Guide and quick self-assessments to gauge understanding.

Effectively and Efficiently Using Data and Technology is a professional development course designed for K12 instructors. The course provides a range of resources to support instructors as they collect and analyze student data and use these data to inform instruction. Resources include videos, text uploads, and links to a variety of educational websites, articles, and blogs. The course also provides instructors with opportunities to upload artifacts and to self-assess understanding of the course content, and it can be used as a component of instructional observations to support teacher development.

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