As school closures become a reality, we want to share options you have for remote, distance learning with Numerade.
Numerade is a free online video education platform committed to closing the educational opportunity gap.
This is How Educators Can Use Numerade During School Closures
Numerade hosts the largest free STEM video library in the world. We have hundreds of thousands of step-by-step video walk-through solutions to the top STEM textbooks across secondary and postsecondary education. Students use Numerade when doing homework, particularly when problems are assigned from textbooks. More than likely, we will have provided a video walk through to the exact problem students are working on. Students can find their book here and continue to practice how to approach and solve specific problems. Though this, students are able to internalize the material at a faster pace.
Here are some options for educators to enables remote/distance learning:
For Teachers, Administration and District Personnel who are looking for a Free Video Creation and Sharing Platform:
Check out Numerade’s Office Hours feature. It’s a simple way to create videos and share with students. While other platform require a paid subscription to record videos, Numerade is the only platform that is completely free to record. Students can also ask questions of their instructors. Here’s a step by step page to sign up for Office Hours. Also here’s the step-by-step instructions in video format.
If parents are looking for free resources to study (especially for SATs and AP) here’s a list of some resources…
With SATs around the corner and AP right behind, here’s some resources Students can use to continue learning outside of the classroom.
For teachers who want to earn some extra income helping create content for students:Please continue to or consider joining the team creating content. It’s simple, straightforward and you can work from the comfort of your home. You grab a chapter from a textbook you’re comfortable with and you solve problems from that chapter using a virtual whiteboard. Math Example. Here’s the sign up link. Once you fill out the information you’ll be assigned a question. Once you complete we’ll review and offer you a contract.