November 16, 2010

TenMarks Math Program is now FREE to Teachers

Filed under: November 2010 — mbrown @ 12:41 pm

TenMarks, an online math program to help kids in grades 3 to 12 excel in math is now free to teachers and their students. TenMarks was designed to help engage students in math and master math concepts at their own pace. To get started, teachers just sign up for a free account, add student information, choose from hundreds of lesson plans mapped to state standards, and assign lessons to students. Students then login to TenMarks to complete their lessons. When they get stuck they can click a help button that will give hints to get them closer to the correct answer. If they need additional help they can click on a link to a video tutorial to help thoroughly explain the math concept they are struggling with. You can personalize assignments to each student, monitor their progress, and easily determine areas where they need more practice. You also have access to reports that allow you to see a snapshot of the class, a particular concept, or individual student performance. Parents can also sign up for TenMarks for a nominal fee if they feel that their child needs additional practice at home. Visit TenMarks to review the program and get started!

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