Excited about ASSISTments and looking to get more involved? We offer a variety of programs that recognize and give greater voice to teacher leaders within our user community.
Calling 7th grade math teachers to join an exciting study. You must be using EngageNY/Eureka, Open Up Resources, or Illustrative Math to apply. Benefits include generous stipends for participation, and access to free high quality virtual professional learning.
When it comes to improving our product and conducting research to make it better, we want teacher voices to be at the forefront. This is why we developed the Teachers for Research & Feedback community.
As a Teacher for Research and Feedback, you will be the first to learn about how to join studies to improve what we know about how students learn, paid leadership opportunities, and focus groups to pilot new ASSISTments features. You’ll receive a monthly newsletter and can opt-in to opportunities based on what excites you most.
The Ambassador program is a year-long opportunity to elevate your voice as a teacher leader in the ASSISTments community.
Ambassadors are educators who love ASSISTments, and want to inspire other teachers to use it in their classrooms. As an Ambassador you will help shape the future of ASSIStments, and grow as a leader.
Our Facebook community is a place for ASSISTments users to connect with one another. You can pose questions and problems of practice, and get valuable tips and tricks from ASSIStments staff and other users. It’s also a great way to stay informed about upcoming professional learning opportunities and product updates.Join The Conversation
We love to feature teacher tips and perspectives on our blog. Teachers write about all sorts of things: from their best tips for ASSISTments, to their take on current issues in education, to their classroom experiences. We’ll work with you to craft your idea.Share Your Perspective
Our Teacher Corner is a featured space on our website for users to share great resources they’ve developed with each other. Click here to explore these teacher-created resources and learn how you can contribute.Visit the Teacher Corner and Contribute