ASSISTments is looking for 7th-grade general education math teachers who use Illustrative Math, Eureka Math, EngageNY, or Open Up Resources and who do not already use ASSISTments to participate in a one-year study during the 2022-2023 school year.

ASSISTments is a math practice and assessment tool that saves teachers time and helps them differentiate instruction. Teachers will get free access to ASSISTments professional development and can earn up to $1,300. Your school will get a $500 stipend. 

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How does ASSISTments work?

ASSISTments helps teachers and students in four simple steps.

Graphic that reads: ASSISTments is a math practice and assessment tool that empowers teachers to target class instruction, monitor learning and intervene quickly to keep students on track. 1. Teacher Assigns Online 2. Students complete assignments and get immediate feedback 3. Teacher analyzes results instead of grading. 4. Class discusses data and targets time to student needs.

After students complete an assignment, teachers get actionable data, without spending hours grading, to use to target instruction.

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More information about the program can be found on ASSISTments’ website.