Zearn Math’s Independent Digital Lessons are designed so that students can work independently at their own pace, receiving feedback at the precise moment of misconception. Our Guided Practice activities have personalized checkpoints that provide remediation at the moment of each student's misunderstanding. These checkpoints also allow students an opportunity for paper and pencil work that is critical to their knowledge transfer and retention.
When introducing your students to Zearn Math, we recommend completing the first 2-3 Independent Digital Lessons together as a whole class, to show students the flow of an Independent Digital Lesson. After students have been oriented to Digital Lessons, they should complete future work independently. When modeling these first few Independent Digital Lessons for the whole class, you can reset the checkpoints by completing all of the checkpoints in the activity and letting the video play to the end.