At Carnegie Learning, we’re committed to supporting both you and your students during the school closures and student and/or teacher absences. If your school or district uses the Carnegie Learning Texas Math Solution, there are a wide variety of resources that are already available and ready to be used to support you (the teacher) and your students during this time.
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. For implementation and usage articles for MATHia, please visit the “Learning Individually” category on the Texas Math Solution Support Center.
*Carnegie Learning recommends the usage of MATHia in alignment with its core product. For the purpose of this article, Carnegie is recommending MATHia additionally for student or staff absences when live or synchronous instruction is unable to occur.
If your school or district has had to transition to virtual learning, be sure to utilize the Digital Lesson Materials.The students have access to the digital interactive student lessons and digital interactive student assignments. Students can log in and get to work, working through the digital lessons and completing digital assignments all without needing the textbook at home with them.
To access the Digital Lesson Materials, click here.
If you are new to using the Digital Lesson Materials, the video below will help you learn how to access your materials.
If you still have questions about using the digital materials, please explore the Learning Together category of our TXMS Support Center or send specific questions to email@example.com .
*The Digital Lesson Materials are meant to be used when students have access to direct instruction (whether it be synchronous, an asynchronous recording, and/or a teacher providing virtual instruction to a group of students). While the digital lessons and assignments are robust they are not meant to be a substitute for instruction. Carnegie Learning recommends this portion of the solution if a full class must transition to virtual learning for a short period of time etc.
Feeling like you need additional MATHia support?