Teachers across the country are using our enVision Mathematics program in their classrooms. We share some of the most interesting approaches below.

 

Use our library of Math Games to reinforce concepts, critical thinking, and application. Games are also available in Spanish!

 

Assess to differentiate. Quick Checks are available at the end of every lesson for formative assessment of student understanding.

Facilitate rich classroom conversations that promote a growth mindset!

 

Use enVision Math on Pearson Realize – the digital workspace engages students and encourages interactive learning experiences. But it works in every classroom, whether you’re print, digital or blended.

 

Problem-Solving Leveled Reading Mats help students apply math understanding in a real-world context. Two-sided mats include on-level text on one side and below-level text on the other side.

 

Virtual Nerd tutorial videos help students who struggle with specific mathematical concepts.

 

Practice Buddy helps all students with instant feedback: they work together to practice concepts, but get different problems and individual scores.

Are you using #enVisionMath in your classroom? Share your photos or videos on Twitter or Instagram and be featured in our next post.

Consider joining our members-only K-12 Mathematics Facebook Group to discuss strategies on how to put enVision Math into practice.

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Kimberly Waldbillig

Kimberly Waldbillig

Social Media Specialist

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