Answers to your i-Ready Classroom Mathematics questions.
This change has no impact on your student. The name of the curriculum has been updated to reflect that it works with i-Ready, but the curriculum and contents of the program have stayed the same.
Yes. You can find a digital version of the Student Worktext (e-Book) within the Student Digital Experience at home on any supported device. Click here for help with logging in to the Student Digital Experience, and then click the Bookshelf icon to access it.
You can find instructions for logging in to your student’s i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Student Digital Experience here. You can also learn more about the Student Digital Experience by viewing the videos in the Program Components section of the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Family Center.
Log in to i-Ready Connectfrom an iPad® following these steps:
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At present, you cannot access the Student Digital Experience on a phone. To test if the program will work on a device or iPad, visit cdn.i-ready.com/systemcheck for a system check.
Learning Games are accessible from the Student Digital Experience. The games are designed to strengthen fluency, number sense, and conceptual understanding of challenging mathematics concepts in a way that is fun and engaging. We encourage students to use the games for roughly 20 minutes per week or more at the discretion of educators or families. Check out the Learning Games Guide for Families to learn more.
At three different times throughout the school year, your student will take an online test to identify what they know and what they still need to learn. This test is adaptive, which means the level of difficulty will change with each question, depending on your student’s answers. The goal is to figure out the mathematics level that is “just right” for them. So, your student should expect to see some questions that are very challenging, but that’s okay, because it means the test is working correctly.
From the results of the test, your student’s teacher will be able to identify exactly what your student’s strengths are as well as where they’ll benefit from more support. Then, from this data, your student’s teacher can plan for instruction that meets the exact learning needs of your student.
One of the best ways to help your student be successful in mathematics is to encourage a growth mindset. Those with a growth mindset believe hard work, perseverance, and having confidence when learning new or challenging things are the keys to being successful. You can promote a growth mindset in your student by:
Click here to learn more about fostering a growth mindset with your student.
i-Ready Classroom Mathematics offers numerous resources to help support continued learning at home. You may want to start by exploring the:
i-Ready Classroom Mathematics engages students with solving problems using different approaches to encourage them to be flexible in their thinking and problem solving. Students learn why a set of solution steps works as opposed to just memorizing the steps. This deepens their conceptual understanding and helps them make connections between different models and strategies. They also develop math confidence when they learn that their own strategies are valid even if they are not always the same as their teacher’s strategy, and their judgement is enhanced because they learn to select the most efficient approach for solving a given problem.
Math discourse simply means talking about math. Talking about math helps your student process ideas more critically, develop perseverance and confidence, and more readily retain what they learn. Below are just a few of the numerous benefits that come from talking about math:
Check out these resources to help get your student talking about math!
The Try–Discuss–Connect routine is an instructional routine that your student’s teacher uses when teaching with i-Ready Classroom Mathematics. This routine provides time for students to make sense of math problems before attempting to solve them. It also allows them to share their thinking with their classmates and to make connections from their previous learning to new concepts. Click here to learn more about the Try–Discuss–Connect routine and how you can use it with your student at home.
Click here to learn all about math manipulatives and how to use them at home with i-Ready Classroom Mathematics.
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