“You are going to have an enormous impact on young students. If you even think you don’t like math, these students will pick up on your dislike and also not like math.” -Rhett Allain assoc. physics prof.
If you get this message it means that your computer thinks that Realize is already open somewhere. Even if it isn’t open it could be using your browser history. So, there are 2 things to try: 1. Sign out of all programs and close all windows – restart computer 2. Log back into Canvas and click the Savvas Realize link on the left.
If that doesn’t work try clearing the browser history in Chrome (Open a page in Chrome and Click on “Chrome” on tool bar, then choose clear history).
Please use the Savvas link in Canvas for the links in our PowerPoints to work. Othersiwe, you may be directed to a sign in page or it will say access denied. Although teachers and students can technically use Clever to access Realize, we encourage you to use the link in Canvas since that is where our resources are linked. This is all true for students as well. For example, if a student is assigned a practice buddy and they click on the link in the slide, they may get a sign in page for Realize. Easy fix – they just need to open the Savvas Realize link from within their Canvas account. If coaches/teachers are getting the message that they are “already signed in” or that Savvas “doesn’t know where to direct them” that means that they have the Realize app open somewhere on their computer. It may be that they need to close everything out and restart their computer – or clear their browser history.
This school year, i-Ready has added Learning Games for mathematics. All K-5 students in Hillsborough County will have access to these games through i-Ready. (Teachers must turn on access to the games)
When students first log into i-Ready they will have immediate access to certain games and others will be locked (see below). Once the student has played the initial games the next game will be unlocked. Note that it may take up to 24 hours after completing the first two games for the next game to unlock. Below you will find a table of the games for K-2 and 3-5:
|Games that student should|
already have access to
|Games that will be unlocked|
as students complete the
Pizza (2nd only)
Cupcake (2nd only)
For additional information please visit: https://i-readycentral.com/download/?res=17619&view_pdf=1
If you are trying to access your enVision resources in Savvas (formerly Pearson) Realize, but just get a spinning load image, here is the quick fix.
In the upper right corner, select the dropdown menu and click on Settings.
In the next screen, click on “My Programs”
Select the resources to add to your Realize account. Click Save and that should be it!
The e-Learning bell schedule for K-5 Mathematics includes 30 minutes a day for whole group instruction and 30 minutes a day for Independent Purposeful Practice and/or Small Group Lessons. The whole group instruction can occur through a teacher facilitated Zoom lesson. The Instructional Guides contain resource options for Purposeful Practice as well as a menu of resources which could be used to create Small Group Lessons. Here is a 3-part video series highlighting each of these three aspects of planning for e-Learning.
Many teachers are having issues with Assignments in Canvas. In student view, they aren’t able to move past some Assignments (Purposeful Practice, iReady or Savvas Realize lessons, etc.) This could be an issue with the Submission settings in the Assignment.
If a Submission is turned on (this seems to be the default) a student would need to either type a response, attach a file, or possibly record audio or video response. If this is turned on it looks something like this in Edit Mode…
Until a student submits one of these options, they might not be able to move on from this Assignment. You’ll want to enter Edit Mode and turn Submissions off. Use the drop-down box and select “No Submission”
You can also select to not count an Assignment in the Canvas Grade Book. Assignments are by default automatically added to the Canvas Grade Book.
Our new Instructional Guides and Resources are now available through Canvas! Be sure to enroll yourself in the K-5 Math Landing Page to access grade level Guides and general Resources.
Log in to Canvas through Clever. Self-enroll in the course by copying and pasting this URL: https://sdhc.instructure.com/enroll/R4ECH3 into Google Chrome. Alternatively, you can sign up at https://sdhc.instructure.com/register and use the following join code: R4ECH3
This video shows how Triangle Fact cards can be used to build quick recall with addition and related subtraction facts. These cards take the place of traditional flash cards, and help students see fact families and related facts which traditional flash cards cannot. These cards should not be used until after students have had time to explore and understand the operations and develop accurate and reliable methods for determining sums and differences.
This video shows how Triangle Fact cards can be used to build quick recall with multiplication and related division facts. These cards take the place of traditional flash cards, and help students see fact families and related facts which traditional flash cards cannot. These cards should not be used until after students have had time to explore and understand the operations and develop accurate and reliable methods for determining products and quotients.