certified educator program

Become an ASSISTments Certified Educator by completing our training modules and using ASSISTments regularly in your classroom. Certified Educators are awarded with an ASSISTments badge, complete professional development hours, and gain access to an exclusive community of teachers.

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assistments ambassador program

The ASSISTments Ambassador program is an opportunity to elevate your voice as a trusted educator. Ambassadors love ASSISTments, want to inspire other teachers to use it in their classrooms, and to shape its future. The ideal ASSISTments Ambassador is a teacher who: is a regular ASSISTments user, truly believes in the learning platform, and is eager to be a part of ASSISTments’s growth.

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Visit our blog for tips from teachers in our network on how you can make ASSISTments work for your classroom. From how to make the best use of limited class time, to using the common wrong answers feature for homework review, to setting up benchmark tests for learning units, these tips come straight from classrooms using ASSISTments.

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How to grow your edtech toolbox with the ASSISTments-Canvas integration
How to grow your edtech toolbox with the ASSISTments-Canvas integration

Teachers looking to get the best start with their students this Fall, either back in the classroom or in a remote learning environment, may be considering how to best integrate all the tools in their edtech toolboxes. We share a few tips from teachers on using the new Canvas Learning Management System integration with ASSISTments.

Distance Learning & ASSISTments: Teacher Stories
Distance Learning & ASSISTments: Teacher Stories

In the shift to distance learning, teachers and students are really putting online learning tools to the test. We’ve been hearing from teachers from across the country about stories from their classroom, and their worries and concerns.

Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review
Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review

Completing homework assignments allows students to practice their skills—and then receive feedback on their work from teachers. Based on student homework, teachers can assess how each student is performing independently outside of the context of the classroom. Teachers can make the most of Common Wrong Answers to support students during homework review sessions.

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