Courtesy of the Hollister School District:
Hollister School District knows that teachers and students need access to high quality curriculum and the tools to provide continuous feedback and connectivity between the teacher, students, and families. Eureka math curriculum is used to teach math to all students in Hollister School District. It is highly interactive and requires students to comprehend and explain mathematical concepts.
Superintendent Diego Ochoa said: “The Hollister School District is committed to equipping teachers and students with the tools necessary for connected and continuous learning.”
On August 13th, all Hollister School District teachers will be trained in the Distance Learning platform Eureka Math inSync and on the first day of school, August 17th, all students will have access to inSync Eureka Math tools.
InSync provides teachers with learn-anywhere lessons that students and families can access from a variety of devices. All lessons are accompanied by digestible lesson videos designed just for Distance Learning. Students are guided through hands-on learning with digital manipulatives, interactive activities, fillable PDF work pages where they can annotate and show their work and teachers can comment. Student dashboard reports provide the teacher, parent, and student snapshots of their progress on assignments quizzes to keep communication and progress monitoring at the forefront. All materials, including Parent Tip sheets, are in English and Spanish, making it easier for teachers, students, and parents to stay “inSync”.
The Hollister School District’s is committed to utilizing the best continuous learning resources that allow teachers and students to toggle seamlessly from classroom instruction to distance learning as needed without missing a beat. Of course the challenges are many, however, the commitment is there to provide the best for all students.