What are current products (local computer or web-based) for individual teaching (learning) of math. I came across one called ILEARN, but it seems to be positioned as a remedial product, not as a curriculum replacement. I also found the web site (www.ilearn.com) very annoying because there are no detailed examples.
Are there any that are what we would call rigorous? If schools are really not going to have teachers teach (just guide), then I'm not sure why a 21st century (!) computer-based approach would not be really big. All kids could progress at their own speed and mastery could be done on an individual basis. One of the issues of the Everyday Math crowd is the requirement to achieve mastery "for all" before moving on to new material, but this is not a problem because everyone is moving at his/her own pace. Nobody is being pushed or slowed down. If kids get A's on the computerized test, they can move on. Otherwise, a report can be generated which gives the teacher a good idea of how to help the student.
Like a lot of modern teaching (even without computers), this assumes that the role of the teacher is only for support. It could be that their goal is not full inclusion or differentiated instruction, but mixed-ability group learning.
Does anyone know of a rigorous computer-based math curriculum?