E-Learning and How to Make the Leap

I’m often asked, “How should schools make the leap to e-learning”?   I taught without a Math textbook for years.  Here’s how:  A logical weekly pacing guide is the ROAD MAP, not a teacher’s manual.  A pacing guide outlines what to teach, giving teachers the latitude to teach the concept.  Weekly cumulative assessments with data warehousing … more »

Teachers and Software

Welcome to Vimme Learning! Who is better at understanding how elementary school children learn, than dedicated elementary school teachers?  Vimme Learning was created by teachers for teachers. Our team consists of experts at every grade level, 2nd -6th. We started by creating logical pacing guides, the heart and road map for our Vimme Learning teachers. … more »

Why Cumulative Assessments?

For years I witnessed my elementary students take Indiana state assessments.  It was frustrating.  My students lacked mental stamina, retention of material, and the ability to tackle rigorous questions.   I felt I was a good teacher, but my results did not reflect my efforts or those of the students. It wasn’t until I began … more »

Mathbots, a Fact Fluency Gaming System, and Our Coaches

A major component to an effective Math curriculum is mastery and fluency of Math facts.  Many teachers find this work time consuming.  It becomes an endless cycle of running off timed tests, administering, grading, etc… with little time to work on what is important…mastery.  Or, you purchase a licensing agreement for a fact fluency gaming … more »