These are unprecedented times. Thanks to donations, our K-5 curriculum – including 400 hours of digital lessons with on-screen teachers and supportive remediation – is available for free during this time through no-cost individual accounts. Kids, teachers, parents, and caregivers can access all our top-rated content 24/7, including paper-based materials that can be used without a device.
Want to quickly get up and running? Watch our recorded webinars below. Each webinar concludes with addressing frequently asked questions.
This webinar provides instructions for setting up Zearn Math as well as orients to the reports schools and districts can purchase to monitor and support learning. We will also share resources to quickly train teachers.
Using Zearn Math as a part of your distance learning plan? Use this checklist for guidance and contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Parents and caregivers can access our top-rated instructional materials directly through no-cost Individual Accounts. To get started as a parent/caregiver, follow the instructions in the packs below. We recommend administrators and teachers share these with parents/caregivers directly.
Click here to access the Parent/Caregiver Pack
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For teachers: Overview of Zearn Math lessons (5-min video)
Zearn Math provides rigorous content that ensures a balance of procedural fluency, conceptual understanding, and application work. This video can help teachers understand our approach to teaching and learning.
For parents/caregivers and kids: Overview of Zearn Math lessons (7-min video)
Zearn Math is designed to be accessible and engaging for all kids. During this video, a student walks through a digital lesson. It can be played for kids to orient them to each component of the digital lesson experience.
For teachers: Training on Zearn Math reports (4-min video)
Zearn Math offers classroom-level reports to monitor and support student learning. We recommend checking the Tower Alerts Report twice weekly to monitor progress and see where kids need additional support.
For administrators: Training on Zearn Math reports (4-min video)
Zearn Math offers district- and school-wide reports to monitor and support student learning. We recommend checking the School Goals Report twice weekly to monitor progress and see where support is needed.