Education backed by research

Educating for tomorrow

The educational paradigm has evolved over time, thanks to the contribution of teachers and researchers who have the purpose of developing a competent and critical society.

There are already many schools that prepare young people to overcome the challenges of the future, giving them tools to deal with the unexpected.


Understanding and developing competencies

In mathematics, it is essential that students develop knowledge. And that they also develop attitudes, values, skills and behaviors that serve to structure thinking and give meaning to content and procedures.
This approach has already been integrated into most global curriculums. At Innovamat, we embrace these foundations to achieve better learning and contribute to a more critical society. To achieve this, our sequence and each of the activities are based on principles drawn from the most rigorous educational research.

These principles are detailed in our white paper.

Educational principles

A deep understanding of content and the development of mathematical processes allows students…

to go beyond repetition, to understand the fundamentals of the concepts and to be able to work out how to apply them in unfamiliar contexts.

to consolidate by discovery, discussion, manipulation, representation, abstraction and automation.

to develop problem-solving, reasoning, connections and communication. skills.

The Teaching Sequence

After years of work, the analysis of many of international curricula and the study of scientific publications on learning mathematics, we have designed a meticulous sequence of learning mathematics for the ages of 3 to 16. The sequence is used both in the selection of teaching models (so that they are consistent between grades), as well as for the design of resources to provide differentiated instruction or to establish transitions between stages.

Reference Institutions

To achieve a deep and lasting understanding of mathematics, multiple international institutions contribute with their research, discoveries and concrete proposals for the classroom, sharing their advances with the educational community.

These organizations are our references and source of the teaching principles of the Innovamat curriculum.


National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
A professional organization dedicated to the improvement of mathematics education. Virginia, USA

About NCTM


Cambridge University
Math project that provides free materials, guides and resources for teachers and families. Cambridge, U.K.

More about NRICH

Freudenthal Institute

Faculty of Science at Utrecht University.
Research and development center in mathematics and science, curriculum and teacher training. Utrecht, Netherlands

Get to know the Freudenthal Institute

OECD PISA framework

Rosklide University
A framework for measuring students’ capacity to use reading, writing, math, and science knowledge and skills to meet real-life challenges. Rosklide, Denmark

More about the PISA framework

Vertex, our research center

Our own research group that makes bridges between the science of learning, the Innovamat curriculum and the reality of the classroom.

It researches and generates evidence that allows us to analyze Innovamat’s program, measure its impact and improve it.

Discover the socio-cognitive and educational factors that influence the learning of mathematics and develop interventions that meet the needs of students.

Share conclusions and scientific evidence, as well as transfer those results to contribute to the development of mathematics education .


What do we offer?

Research-based resources

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