Dear Fellow Educator,
This year marks our 25th anniversary of creating engaged, motivated, and happy math learners. At ORIGO Education we understand the importance of the continuity of instruction and having well-prepared materials that engage students in math learning in a variety of ways. As the situation around the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve in your communities, we want to let you know about the resources we have prepared to support you, your students and their families, should your school have to close or provide remote instruction.
Guidance and Instruction for Continuing Math Learning at Home
We have created weekly, digital content plans for home use. The first week of content is available now HERE It contains daily lesson plans and activities designed for use away from school (by a caregiver or remote teacher). These free resources complement grade level mathematical concepts and skills. No login is required.
Additional resources include:
Our blog and resource portal provide you with tips and advice as you learn methods, ideas, and strategies to support the mathematics development of elementary learners. Free resources and activities that connect to the articles can be accessed on the ORIGO Insights blog.
This free channel provides ready-to-use printable blackline masters.
These Fact Fluency apps engage students in essential practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Access our free library of math videos that provide professional learning in 1-minute episodes.
Gemma is a math student who uses YouTube videos to teach key math ideas and skills conceptually. Be sure to download her free Blackline Masters.
Professional Learning Plans
Continue to engage your teaching community in professional learning with our MathEd online library featuring sessions that focus on contemporary topics in elementary mathematics. Our Learning Services team are experts in online delivery and can help you create a distance learning plan.
Check out our new digital problem-solving tool with a curated problem bank for key mathematics concepts.
Join the ORIGO Community for additional communication and access to new and curated resources like the ones mentioned above. And please, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need support in organizing remote instruction for your students and staff.