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 Hi,

 

TenMarks has launched a mathpractice and learning program for grades 3 - High School and as of today, it’sFREE for teachers to use in class or for their students to use at home.

 

The TenMarks approach gives students a variety of problems on each topic, and ability to use hints if theyneed a little nudge, and immediate video lessons for them to refresh and learnthe topic – on the spot. The end result – students refresh what they know andlearn what they don’t.

 

Teachers choose their owncurriculum (mapped to state standards), assign work to students, have itautomatically graded immediately, review individual and class performance, andmost importantly, take immediate action. TenMarks is super effective and realeasy to use – it was designed with the help of math teachers across thecountry. What’s more - it's FREE for the entire class!

 

Check it out at http://www.tenmarks.com/teachers

 

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Dan,

Thanks so much for sharing this.  I'll certainly explore it with my own kids.  \

Steve

Great :) Happy to have you on. In case you need any help, do let me know!

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