ANet’s unique Virtual Learning Modules are designed as quick (30-45 dedicated min) online courses sequenced on high impact topics in math, aimed at helping you tackle foundational topics first, and increasingly specialized topics as your...More
Overview Explore some of our favorite interactive learning modules about literacy and math. Educators in ANet partner schools can log in to see many more resources. All Virtual Learning Modules and associated materials © Achievement Network...More
Overview In this VL module, you’ll deepen your knowledge of the three aspects of rigor by showing you how to build these aspects into planning. Interactive games gives you a chance to apply knowledge and get quick feedback. “I love how this...More
Overview This VL module, adapted from our core content, deepens teachers’ knowledge of the three aspects of rigor by showing how to build these aspects into planning. Interactive games give teachers a chance to apply knowledge and get quick feedback...More
Overview This VL module introduces you to the three shifts brought on by the math standards and gives you a chance to dig deeper with resources from Student Achievement Partners and other partner organizations. This module is recommended for your...More
Overview This VL module introduces partners to the three shifts brought on by the math standards and gives them a chance to dig deeper with resources from Student Achievement Partners and other partner organizations. This module is recommended for...More
Overview This module, created in partnership with Student Achievement Partners (SAP) provides educators with a detailed overview of the Math Instructional Practice Guide (IPG), and its roots within the standards and instructional equity. Based on...More
Overview This VL module is designed to prepare you for A1 and A2 data meetings. For teachers, you’ll review the purpose of ANet assessments, and the purpose of the data meeting. You then get a tutorial on myANet and pull out some headlines...More
Overview This VL module is designed to prepare teachers and leaders for A1 and A2 data meetings. Teachers review the purpose of ANet assessments, and the purpose of the data meeting. They then get a tutorial on myANet and pull out some headlines...More

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