I tend to agree. MyMaths does have some strenghts - some of the "lessons" have useful explanations and some of the widgets allow some useful experimentation without the complexities of Autograph or similar applications. And some of the homeworks are good. In my experience the bad things about it are when it's used as cover and when the kids treat it like a video game for homework and just bank in any old answer in 5 seconds flat, not caring at all about correctness or anything just so they can claim their homework has been done and they can avoid any sanctions - and you can't prove they've done no actual work as all you can see is the raw score (0/x) and not only none of their working out but you can't even be certain what actual questions they answered! With good kids though that, at least, doesn't happen. (There they get worried that the can't do the second part of the homework, despite being told that it's an extension, as Q2 is usually a heck of a step up in level from Q1). I was hoping the 10ticks system might at least offer some element of what I've always wanted with 10ticks which is the ability to tailor their sheets by some means other than literal cutting and pasting. Seems that was a waste of time!