User resources

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how-to guides

Sign Up

Prior to being able to sign up as a teacher, your Canvas administrator will need to take the below steps, and share with you either the Canvas login URL or the Common Name for your district account. Please have them review and complete the steps in the below deck.

Once your Canvas Administrator has completed the above steps, please follow the below steps to sign up and in via Canvas

Help Students answer Open Response questions

Note: If you are using Canvas LMS and need support accessing assignments, click here.

Introduce ASSISTments to parents

Download this parent letter to let parents know how you'll be using ASSISTments:
-In the classroom (English or Spanish)
-In a distance learning environment (English or Spanish)

use ASSISTments in a Distance Learning Environment

Visit our Distance Learning Help Center at any time for more support.

New User Video Tutorial (or download the support deck)

Current User Video Tutorial (or download the support deck)

Upcoming workshops

Participants will be awarded a certificate of completion from The ASSISTments Foundation.
All times are shown in Eastern Time.

Drop In Help Session: Distance Learning and ASSISTments

Mondays through 7/27 at 2pm ET
Drop in to discuss the platform, hone in on problems of practice, and share ideas around using ASSISTments to support distance learning.

self-paced Modules for Google Classroom teachers
Become an ASSISTments superuser in no time.
Author: Freepik

Getting Started

Set up your account, connect to your LMS, and learn the basics of ASSISTments.

Author: Freepik

Find and Assign

Locate various content, bookmark problem sets, and create your first assignment.

Author: Freepik

In the Classroom

Understand the student experience, various use cases, and classroom features.

Author: Surang

Power of Reports

Make the most of assignment reports, inform instructional practice, and support learning.

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