We’re all in this together. At Carnegie Learning, we want to support both you and your students while schools are closing to prevent further spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). That’s why we are providing you with a free blend of textbook and software resources and support to help you facilitate at-home learning for your math class.
Our Master Math Practitioners have curated a free, on-demand collection of Carnegie Learning math lessons, skills practice resources, and at-home learning videos for grades 6-12 students. This library of at-home learning resources is a one-stop shop for any 6-12 teacher looking to create dynamic learning experiences for their students outside of the school walls. We’ve made it easy to search for key topics, download what you need, and push out to students via any online learning platform.
Students can also access LiveHint, our chatbot assistant that guides them with hints and prompts if they get stuck while working on a Carnegie Learning assignment page at the end of each lesson.
MATHia, our math learning software, was designed specifically for students to learn independently. You choose the content you want them to learn and they work at their own pace, whenever, wherever they want, progressing through the learning path as they reach mastery.
In addition, MATHia adapts to give students exactly what they need at any given moment (even when you can’t be right beside them). It provides all the tools and just-in-time support they need right at their fingertips so they never miss a moment of learning.
MATHia personalizes and accelerates math learning for every student when you can’t be there through:
Our Master Math Practitioners are here for you every step of the way to make sure you have the support you need to use these free resources effectively.
Families are facing new challenges in keeping students on track with their learning while schools are closed, so we’ve created the following resources for them:
We know how important it is to feel a sense of community at this time, even if we can’t be together. Make sure to join the LONG + LIVE + MATH Facebook Group so you have a place to collaborate with hundreds of other math educators. We’ll also be there to answer any questions you have along the way.