Ensure that all students have access to i-Ready Personalized Instruction (if available) and Learning Games (recommended for Grades K–5), and consider postponing or cancelling planned assessments such as the Diagnostic or Growth Monitoring until schools are back in session. For more information, click here.
Develop a plan for how students will continue to learn mathematics remotely, including a combination of digital and offline resources. Click here for more detailed guidance.
Once you have determined which learning activities students should engage in during their time out of school, use this template to document your plan and communicate it to students.
Ensure that students take home their Ready Classroom Mathematics Student Worktext, as well as any other printed materials, and know how to log in to and navigate their student dashboard. For guidance, tips, and tools to support you with leading distance teaching and learning, please click here.
Provide families with the information and tools they need to support their students’ remote mathematics learning. Click here for communication materials you can use.
Plan to monitor students’ digital mathematics learning activities while they are working remotely so you can make adjustments as needed. This will also help inform instruction once they return to school. Click here to see directions for teachers and district and school leaders.
Don’t forget to reschedule Diagnostics or other assessments and/or revert student access settings, as needed, once students and teachers are back in the classroom. Click here for more information.