Guided, self-paced Algebra discovery.

A student-driven Algebra learning system including: thought-provoking lessons; unlimited practice; mastery self-testing; automatically targeted video lessons; a powerful WISYWYG maths editor; a public Algebra help forum; and an expert system-powered "private tutor" checking every step of every problem, offering hints and providing solutions as requested. <gasp> And a sense of humor.

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Learn Algebra Your Way

You know best how you learn, so we give you the tools and get out of the way. more

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A Good Teacher...

...helps you discover Algebra for yourself in small steps, beginning with common sense and a sound understanding of arithmetic. more

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Step-By-Step Help

Stuck on a step? Don’t know where to start? Or could your number facts be stronger? Tilton's Algebra helps four ways. more

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Instant Feedback

Learning requires quality practice. Quality practice means feedback as soon as each step is done, not the next day. more

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Test Yourself

How do you know if you have really learned Algebra? Test yourself! more

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On-Line Algebra Study Group

Tilton's Algebra is a powerful Algebra learning system, but sometimes we need to hear from another person to get unstuck. more

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Kenneth Tilton On Tilton's Algebra

Kenneth TiltonThe story of Tilton's Algebra begins with me teaching and privately tutoring Algebra for seven years before turning to a career in computer science. After climbing to the top of the NYC corporate software game I decided to combine my two crafts and give more kids the chance to learn Algebra alongside a private tutor.

I retreated to a cave near the Jersey shore and spent five years teaching a computer how to do Algebra and how to teach effectively. As a teacher myself I used a Socratic approach, leading students close to a new concept by reminding them of things they already knew, then letting them make the final leap. I had the software do the same, never telling the student an answer.

How did it turn out? Macworld said it was "in a class by itself", and years after I moved on to other projects, schools and teachers tracked me down to ask if Algebra I HomeworkTutor was still available.

Now I am happy to reply, "Yes, at tiltonsalgebra.com".