Regardless of how much you’ve used Get More Math, you know the importance of reviewing and revisiting old skills taught to students. One of the most common complaints that teachers have in regard to their students learning is the lack of retention. Students do very well understanding material presented to
Three big things are happening with Get More Math this week! Today we have our weekly webinar where PA teacher Pam Long will be discussing how teachers can use Get More Math to collaborate with other GMM teachers in your school and across the United States! As with all of
Happy Friday everyone! We hope you had a great week. This weekend, we will be spending time with school administrators from across California at the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) 1018 Mid-State Conference in San Luis Obispo, CA. We will be presenting in the morning session on Saturday the 17th, and
Hey Math Teachers and Administration, This week we are going to be at Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Annual Conference! Come by Peters Hall, rooms C103 and C1116 on Friday the 9th from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm or Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to visit our booth.
The student experience recently underwent an update that brought a burst of colorful features. Most likely, your students have discovered the addition of colored themes in their settings menu. In addition to a new color palette, this update provides helpful information in the toolbar. Starting on the left, your student
The Get More Math problem bank is constantly changing to accommodate the needs of the growing GMM community. Below you will find examples of the new problem types which have been added this month and how to access them in the problem bank. If there is a problem type that you
Teachers and students alike have encountered the frustrating reality of forgetting something they worked hard to master just a few weeks before. The problem of retention is well documented in the education world. Perfectly structured lesson plans will only get you so far. For your students to maintain excellence with
Samantha Ulrich is a math teacher at Ephrata High School in Ephrata, Pennsylvania. She’s been teaching high school math for five years and has been using Get More Math since April 2016. We got in touch with Samantha to ask some questions about her experience using the program and to hear