Core to our mission at ASSISTments is that we serve both teachers impacting learning in classrooms and researchers studying works best for kids in education. This fuels improvements to the ASSISTments platform and math education in general.Become An ASSISTments Teacher For Research & Feedback
When it comes to improving ASSISTments, as a free online education tool, and conducting research to make it better, we want teacher voices to be at the forefront. This is why we are launching Teachers for Research and Feedback. Sign-up for this newsletter and join a community of educators who love ASSISTments and research, and want to play a role shaping our product.
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The newsletter will also spotlight teachers within the community and the great work they are doing to get involved!
Expectations are simple - read the monthly newsletter and sign up for opportunities that feel most exciting and convenient for you!
You Are Interested In What’s Happening On The Cutting Edge Of Education Research And Like The Idea Of Contributing Your Expertise As An Educator.
You are excited about testing out new features and sharing your feedback
You Want To Play A Leadership Role In Making ASSISTments As Awesome As It Can Be For Other Teachers And Students
You can commit as little as 45 minutes to a study. The time commitment is really flexible, depending on the study. you get to decide what interests you.
I love using science and data to help guide my work in terms of what works and what could be done better. My work with ASSISTments on the study enabled me to enhance my lessons and the impact was truly amazing! The students have made unbelievable gains that we would not have seen had we not been part of the research.
I loved this teacher leadership opportunity to give feedback on a program I use, and where my voice as a practitioner is valued. As the only 7 and 8th grade math teacher in my school, joining a research project gave me the chanc to collaborate with teachers who use the same content. Joining this community breaks down silos by seeing how other teachers are responding to the same challenges and seeing what happening in classrooms across the country.