• Mathematics Resources
  • eSpark

    Who?
    2-6 Math AIS Students and Ostrander 2-6 Self-Contained Classrooms

    What?
    Based on district data, student needs are diagnosed and goals are assigned by eSpark’s assessment engine to make individualization achievable for intervention and enrichment instruction. In eSpark, kids engage with the best third-party apps, videos, and quizzes curated to help them learn and practice skills in math and reading. As students progress, they extend their thinking and synthesize knowledge in a creative challenge before advancing to master new skills.

    How?
    Delivered via 30 unit iPad carts in each Elementary Reading Lab, and 2 to 1 assigned iPads in self-contained classrooms. Technical Services coordinates transfer of periodic STAR Math screening data, and can also deploy free iPad apps locally.

    When & Where?
    Available on in-district iPads only within subscription parameters.


  • IXL Math

    Who?
    K-12 Students

    What?
    IXL is an immersive K-12 learning experience that provides comprehensive, standards-aligned content, offering unlimited problems in thousands of skills. 

    How?
    Student accounts are created and maintained by Technical Services. Classroom teachers perform rostering, task assignment, monitoring, and reporting.

    When & Where?
    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection. IXL also offers iOS and Android mobile apps. 


  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM)

    Who?
    K-12 Facuty & Students

    What?
    The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM) is a National Science Foundation (NSF) supported project that began in 1999 to develop a library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials for mathematics instruction (K-12 emphasis).

    How?
    This a free web resource.

    When & Where?
    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.


  • Pearson Realize

    Who?
    K-5 Faculty & Students

    What?
    Pearson Realize hosts the digital courseware for our K-5 enVision MATH textbook series.

    How?
    Student accounts are created and maintained by Technical Services. Classroom teachers perform rostering, task assignment, monitoring, and reporting.

    When & Where?
    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.