Zearn Math can be used as a distance learning resource to help students continue their math learning in the event of school closures. Below are four steps to take if you plan to include Zearn Math in your distance or hybrid learning plans:
Step 1: Set student assignments We offer revised scope and sequences for each grade that integrate critical missed learning from the prior grade and include an upfront diagnostic assessment mission. You can access our learning recovery sequences directly from your Zearn account. Read this article for step-by-step instructions on how to set your students' assignments.
Step 2: Share login Information To access assignments outside of school, send students home with username and password information. Teachers will also need their login information to monitor and support student progress. Teachers, coaches, and school and district administrators can print and share student Login Cards by following these steps.
Step 3: Send home paper-based instructional materials Paper-based materials include Zearn Student Notes, which accompany independent digital learning and support knowledge transfer and retention, and paper problem sets that can be used for students without access to devices or the internet. Learn how to access Zearn's printed student materials.
Step 4: Share plans with adults supporting remote Zearning We offer a variety of resources for parents, caregivers, and other adults supporting remote Zearning, including Parent Letters in multiple languages and our @zearnmath Instagram account. You can learn more about all of the resources we offer in our Parent/Caregiver Packs— available in English and Spanish. We also have information on the range of compatible devices students can use to access digital lessons outside of school.
Be sure to visit our Hybrid Learning page for additional information and resources, and please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can support you during this time. Our team is here to help.