POV: You’re a new teacher trying to vary your math instruction and stay up to date with curriculum needs, complete daily grading of assignments, assess different ability levels in one classroom, and eat lunch all in the same day. Or, maybe you’re an experienced teacher interested in trying new tools that can better meet the needs of your students.
At NCTM Baltimore on December 1st at 1 pm ET, join the ASSISTments Co-founder and Executive Director, Cristina Heffernan, as she highlights how formative tools like ASSISTments can help save you time and help you meet the needs of all students - no matter what your experience level may be.
ASSISTments Teacher provides a free solution for teachers interested in discovering how data-driven instruction can transform their classroom. From assigning problems directly from our content library, interpreting ASSISTments data reports, and more - you can learn it all at our upcoming session on December 1st at 1 pm ET in room 316.
Not able to make our session? Stop by our booth (#117) to meet one-on-one with an ASSISTments team member at during the conference. At the booth you can get an early look at our new student experience that is set to release at the end of this year, get a quick demo on all of the free tools included in ASSISTments Teacher, and discover ways you can leverage ASSISTments data to support students in taking formative action towards their learning.
We hope to see you there!
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