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A Week With Vimme Learning

It’s been proven time and time again that children thrive when they’re given structure. The students in your math classroom are no different, which is why a predictable lesson plan week in and week out is so important for their academic success. As a math curriculum that was made by teachers for teachers, structured lesson … more »

How to Make Math Homework and Quizzes with Vimme Learning

Let’s face it, the homework and quizzes written by textbook companies don’t always do the trick. That one-size-fits-all approach to math assignments can’t possibly account for the unique needs of your classroom. Vimme Learning’s Assignment Builder is an ed tech tool that makes it easy to whip up customized homework, quizzes and exit tickets for your … more »

A Strong Foundation In Math Can Start At Any Grade

We teachers know that the foundations of a successful academic career start at an early age. The sooner we can start our students on the right foot with complicated subjects like math, the better equipped they will be to succeed on the standardized test and in later grades. But if you teach a later grade … more »

Empowering Parents For Their Student’s Math Success

Today, math classes are a tech-driven, interconnected world. Many of us math teachers conduct our lessons at least partially online, with instant feedback on our class’s performance. Our students, too, have access to their lessons, coursework and grades on their school-provided and personal devices. But outside of the classroom, things don’t always feel so connected. … more »

Vimme Learning: Your Weekly Guide to Teaching Math

Time management in the classroom can be tricky, even for the most seasoned of math teachers. Keeping your class on track for the standardized test can feel like a far-off concern when you’re in the weeds day by day and week by week. As teachers, we know that our students thrive when there is a … more »

Challenge your math students at their own level

No matter how many years we spend teaching math, one thing never seems to add up: how can we help each student succeed, when each classroom represents dozens of different learning styles and abilities to master math skills? Joel R., a middle school math teacher, puts it succinctly: “I have kids who are counting on … more »
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