Welcome to the Teacher Corner! Here, teachers can find useful artifacts, blog posts, and videos generated by other teachers to inspire and deepen their own instructional practices around using ASSISTments.Contribute to the Teacher Corner
With ASSISTments, Cathryn has seen her students’ confidence in their mathematical understanding and reflection skills grow.Read More From This Teacher
ASSISTments is here to help teachers meet the needs of all students. Teachers can ensure that they are leveraging ASSISTments to support an equitable and inclusive classroom environment by implementing our recommendations.Read More From This Teacher
Developing positive student culture around new tech resources can be challenging. Watch the video below to hear advice directly from ASSISTments teachers on how to introduce ASSISTments to students at the beginning of the school year. The video includes three tips from three of our amazing teacher users on how they make sure that students see ASSISTments as a positive addition to their classroom!Watch The Video
This is an excerpt from one of our targeted webinars. Learn from Barbara Scriven, one of our experienced ASSISTments users, how she uses ASSISTments in her classes at home and in person. Specifically, Barbara shares how she uses ASSISTments for independent practice and communication of student progress with families.Watch The Video
The ASSISTments Equity and Inclusion Framework is designed to provide additional guidance to our teacher user community on how to best use ASSISTments to support an Equitable and Inclusive math classroom environment; so that all students have the opportunity they deserve to be good at math.
Teachers and leaders recognize the importance of being data-driven to improve instruction, but one key group is often left out of the process: students. Using data with students empowers them and allows them to take control of their learning creating a positive culture around learning in the classroom. Students of all ages can use data, helping them to understand learning as a process of growth over time. To learn more about how to communicate and discuss data with students, check out this exclusive clip from Trinity Mundungo, an expert ASSISTments teacher and hear how she positively starts class sharing and discussing data with students.