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 To support school systems as they plan for summer learning and ensure students are prepared for upcoming grade level learning, the video lessons below highlight critical math content for grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 (Algebra I). The lessons were...More
Overview Grounded in our mission is the charge to support anti-racist leadership, practice and culture that leads to equitable instruction for all students. The resources below are intended to support teachers and leaders with integrating an equity...More
Overview COVID-19 will have a significant impact on school operations and student learning now and in the foreseeable future. In addition to the summer learning loss that students typically experience each year, COVID-19 compounds this loss...More
Overview Have you ever thought to use audio recording as part of your remote learning plan? These videos highlight quick tips on how teachers can use audio recording to engage students in math, practice reading, support ELL students and even help...More
Overview Find example EngageNY annotated lessons for: 1.OA, 1.NBT, 4.NF, 6.EE and 7.EEMore
Overview Learning Heroes, in conjunction with The National Parent Teacher Association and Scholastic have released parent support resources that help build knowledge about defining “success” for their child during the school year, ways to have...More
Objectives: Understand why high-quality tasks are an essential component of equitable instruction. Align on common design elements of high-quality math tasks. Identify high-quality tasks and adapt them to a virtual setting. Deepen understanding of...More
3rd grade teachers at Dr. Weeks Elementary School in Syracuse, NY consider ways to adapt instruction to address common misconceptions identified during data analysis in a data meeting...More

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