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Join An Upcoming Webinar For Math Teachers

ASSISTments is a free tool for math education that allows teachers to assign content from their curriculum online as a virtual enhancement to instruction. Students get immediate feedback and teachers get rich data insights to make assignments and class time more meaningful.

We offer free weekly webinars for math educators, whether you're totally new to ASSISTments or an expert user. Webinars are updated regularly with specialized topics ranging from growth mindsets to differentiation, new users trainings, and a drop-in platform to raise your problem of practice with one of our Teacher Engagement Managers.


New User Webinar Part 1: Learning the Basics for JUMP Math Teachers

Tuesday, 9/28 at 5:00pm ET

Join us for an interactive training where participants will learn the 4 Steps of ASSISTments to enhance the JUMP Math curriculum. If you have not created an ASSISTments teacher account, we recommend doing so before attending by checking out our Getting Started User Resources.

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New User Part 3: Using ASSISTments With Success

Tuesday, 9/28 at 6:30pm ET

Join us for an interactive training where participants will learn how to leverage their knowledge of ASSISTments to create a successful classroom learning environment. If you are a new user, we recommend watching the New User Part 1 and Part 2 recordings, located in the webinar library, prior to the training.

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New User Webinar Part 2: Deep Dive on Data for Open Up Resources Teachers

Tuesday, 10/5 at 5:00pm ET

Join us for an interactive training where participants will learn how to maximize ASSISTments data to support student learning using the Open Up Resources. If you are a new user, we recommend watching the New User Webinar Part 1 recording in the ASSISTments Webinar Library prior to this session.

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New User Webinar Part 2: Deep Dive on Data for JUMP Math Teachers

Tuesday, 10/12 at 5:00pm ET

Join us for an interactive training where participants will learn how to maximize ASSISTments data to support student learning using the JUMP Math curriculum. If you are a new user, we recommend watching the New User Webinar Part 1 recording in the ASSISTments Webinar Library prior to this session.

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Skillbuilders (30 min)

Thursday, 10/21 at 5:00pm ET

Looking for easy ways to build student mastery on select Common Core skills? ASSISTments has what you need! Our Skillbuilders provide students targeted, mastery-based practice on skills of your choosing. Join us for this deep dive what Skillbuilders are and how they work so that you can maximize student achievement in your classroom! If you are a new user, we recommend watching our New User Parts 1 and 2 webinar recordings, located in the Webinar Library, prior to the training.

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Targeted Webinar: Using ASSISTments to Address Unfinished Learning

Tuesday, 10/26 at 4:00pm ET

Join us and learn how experienced teacher-users are leveraging ASSISTments to address unfinished learning.  If you're a new user, we recommend watching the New User Parts 1, 2, and 3 Webinar recordings Webinar Library.

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Accelerate with ASSISTments: An Information Session About Our Work in Louisiana

Wednesday, 10/27 at 6:00pm ET

Join us for a 30-minute information session about our partnership with the Louisiana Department of Education and how ASSISTments can be leveraged to address unfinished learning.  Learn more about the availability of readiness diagnostics and tutoring exit tickets in our platform as well as strategies to accelerate math learning.

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Eureka/EngageNY and ASSISTments Deep Dive

Tuesday, 11/9 at 6:00pm ET

Join us for a 30-minute session to learn how to best support and enhance your usage of Eureka Math/Engage NY using ASSISTments! If you're a new user, we recommend watching the New User Part 1 and Part 2 recordings in the Webinar Library prior to the training.

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