2019 School Pilot Overview
A Zorbit’s Math Adventure Pilot gives K-3 teachers and students unlimited access to the Zorbit’s Math Adventure Platform until June 30th, 2019.
What Outcomes Can We Expect?
- Math will become a fun, social, and collaborative activity that your students will love;
- Your teachers will look forward to teaching math lessons;
- Number talks and math talks will become a regular occurrence;
- Continuous awareness of math learning gaps and trends across your classrooms;
- Your teachers will be empowered to easily personalize learning and close gaps with Zorbit’s customized hands-on activities.
Teachers will receive:
- Unlimited student access to Zorbit’s Math Adventure K-3 platform;
- Full access to Zorbit’s for French Immersion, Les aventures mathémathiques de Zorbit;
- Teacher Dashboard which includes performance data and instructional resources;
- 45-min online orientation session with a member of Zorbit’s Teacher Success team;
- Self-directed professional development via Zorbit’s online learning centre;
- Access to a library of hands-on teaching activities;
- A Teacher’s Guide outlining how the in-game activities align with your curricula.
Schools Administrators will receive:
- Teacher feedback survey results;
- Pilot outcome package for the district to share internally. This will include usage, teacher feedback, and any other important pilot outcomes.
What Does it Cost?
$200 per school
This includes access to Zorbit’s for any teacher within the participating school and offers an unlimited number of student subscriptions. As a current promotion, the pilot will offer access to Zorbit’s until the end of June 2019.
- 45-min virtual pilot orientation PD session for teachers;
- 15-min pilot orientation call for principals.
- Completion of a feedback survey for teachers;
- Pilot review call with principals to review the pilot and share survey data.
Fill out the Form Below to Register your School for the Pilot Promotion:
“Zorbit’s gives students another way to see the math. Teachers can see how students are using [the multiple representations] in the game and bring their strategies back into the classroom to reinforce the information and strategies. They create memorable contexts that students are able to recall later.”
K-12 Math Consultant
Greater Essex County District School Board