Winter is still holding on here in New York (barely), but eMATHinstruction is heating up with new add-ons and new courses. We are excited to release our updated version of Algebra II (N-Gen Math Algebra II) in the late spring and will, of course, continue to release new materials for each of our active courses through May of this year. Here are this month’s new resources — have at ’em! N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7:… Read more »
A new (calendar) year is here. Happy beginning to 2024!!! We are deep into the winter and even deeper into the school year. We’ve been busy over the holidays creating new materials for you hardworking teachers to use in your classrooms — enjoy! N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7: N-Gen Math 8: N-Gen Math Algebra I: N-Gen Math Geometry: Common Core Algebra II:
Happy Holidays to all of our teachers and students out there! As the days get shorter and the nights longer (which is well modeled using trigonometric functions), here at eMATHinstruction we are sending out some end-of-the-calendar-year additions to our courses to make the season bright! N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7: N-Gen Math 8: N-Gen Math Algebra I: N-Gen Math Geometry: Common Core Algebra II:
eMATH is thrilled to now be a Certified ClassLink Partner, making eMATHinstruction even easier for teachers with ClassLink accounts to use! Scroll down for FAQs! This partnership will support over 19 million students by combining eMATHinstruction with ClassLink’s widely adopted access, analytics, and identity management platform. It furthers the goals of eMATH to make teaching math a whole lot easier. It also helps ClassLink’s mission of empowering educators to improve learning through innovative systems, services,… Read more »
We are finally getting close to a real vacation here as Thanksgiving approaches. eMATHinstruction is serving up some new dishes this November: N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7: N-Gen Math 8: N-Gen Math Algebra I: N-Gen Math Geometry: Common Core Algebra II: We are, as always, grateful for you teachers and administrators who put the education and wellbeing of our students first. We hope you all have a wonderful and restful Thanksgiving!
Happy Fall, y’all! The weather is getting colder and the colors more spectacular, at least here in the Northeast. We have lots of new resources to share — as always, we hope they help make teaching math a little easier. (Btw, the new Geometry course and new Spanish language versions of some of our middle school materials are indicated by *** below). N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7: N-Gen Math 8: N-Gen Math Algebra I: ***N-Gen… Read more »
Do you feel the way these teachers do about eMATH? Then we’d love to hear from you! Please send us a 5- to 20-second video by October 22nd, 2023, to feature at our math-conference booth and on social media about how and/or why you love eMATHinstruction as a teaching resource. For your participation, you will be entered for the chance to win one of ten $50 Amazon gift cards. (Winners will be selected at random.)… Read more »
It’s time to register for a fall Math Teacher Conference! Kirk Weiler and eMATH will be at the following two — we hope to see you at one of them! And please tell your math-teacher friends who may not be familiar with eMATHinstruction.com to stop by our booth: we’ll have lots of eMATH swag & info! 1.The National Council of Teachers of MathematicsOCT 25-28Washington DC#NCTMAnnual #NCTMDC23 2.The Association of Math Teachers of New York StateNOV… Read more »
The school year has now started up and here at eMATHinstuction, we are working away at new resources and new courses. (Please note the new Geometry course and new Spanish language versions of some of our middle school materials, indicated by *** below). Have at ’em! N-Gen Math 6: N-Gen Math 7: N-Gen Math 8: N-Gen Math Algebra I: ***N-Gen Math Geometry: Common Core Algebra II:
You should have received your new eMATH sign-up codes for the new school year. When we receive purchase orders from your school business offices, we email them your eMATH membership with new a sign-up code (and, in many cases, your eMATH workbooks). You need to apply the new sign-up code(s) to your account to gain access. If you still have questions about sign-up codes, you’ll get all the answers HERE.