eMath March 2020 Newsletter

Posted on

What a crazy last few weeks it has been. School districts have been closing left and right for weeks or even over a month in order to “flatten the curve” as it is being called. We just posted an article detailing the steps we are taking here at eMATHinstruction to help districts as many move to a remote instruction model in the coming days. Part of how we are going to help, though, is by… Read more »

Remote Learning with eMATHinstruction

Posted on

The past week has been interesting and trying.  Recently, we learned of several states that have closed school.  In states such as New York, many schools are now closing for two weeks to over a month.  Please know that we at eMath consider every teacher out there to be a hero. You are likely being asked to prepare to do the impossible, teach students remotely.  We are here to help and support you in any… Read more »

Reordering N-Gen Math™ 8 and Middle School Videos

Posted on

We’ve been getting great input this year on our new middle school courses that are aligned to the new Next Generation Math Standards (coming next year to New York K-8). I’ve had some great conversations with teachers who are using the courses. One of the things I heard from multiple teachers was that they would like to see algebra moved to the beginning of N-Gen Math™ 8 so that equation solving could be a greater… Read more »

Regents Live Review 2019

Posted on

In just two weeks students all around New York State will sit down to take their (Common Core) Algebra I Regents exam. As we’ve done in the past two years, I will be doing a Live Review session for each of the three major high school math Regents exams (Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II). I will be going over questions from past Regents exams. The question packets for each Regents are given below. Fair… Read more »

eMath May 2019 Newsletter

Posted on

Wow! Is it May already? Right about now teachers in New York are finishing curriculum and heading for the big push to the New York State Regents exams in mid June. We are here to help with more add-ons and Live reviews in June. Before we get to those, let’s discuss the latest and last round of add-ons for this academic year. In Common Core Algebra I Add-Ons we bring you the Form C Assessment… Read more »

eMath December 2018 Newsletter

Posted on

Ah, its the last week of classes here in New York before the big break. Kids and teachers here are restive, but happy that one of the longer break is on the horizon. Just last minute tests, office parties, and school concerts to get through. Maybe our hypercube logo in a Santa hat is just what you need: Or maybe you also just need that vacation. I know I do. We’ve got the typical add-ons… Read more »

eMath August 2018 Newsletter

Posted on

Wow! Is it already August 15th? For those of us living in New York, that generally means we have just over two weeks of summer break left before school begins. How time flies. Speaking of the waning summer, if your school is still looking to purchase workbooks for this coming school year, make sure to do so as soon as possible. We’ve still got quite a bit of them in stock now, but by next… Read more »

eMath May 2018 Newsletter

Posted on

Well, Spring has definitely sprung here in the great Northeast. As I sit here massive thundershowers are hitting us. We even have a tornado warning! I grew up in Illinois, where the flat terrain essentially guaranteed that tornadoes were commonplace. But, surrounded by mountains (or large hills as some would insist) here in Red Hook, we don’t tend to see twisters here. But, enough about the weather (actually I’m going to come back to it eventually).… Read more »

eMath April 2018 Newsletter

Posted on

Well, it’s April 16th, so the weather in New York is now turning sunny and spring is in full tilt with the flowers blooming, the birds singing and … Actually, I’m just kidding. I woke up to snow this morning. Still, not all is dreary. We are quickly approaching the final stretch of the academic year (you are likely just starting the fourth quarter). We have been busy at eMATHinstruction working on a variety of… Read more »