Below are a few frequently asked questions that will support you and your students during this transition to e-learning.
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We will post new video lessons and update our content daily. Continue checking here for more free resources as we refresh our content.
If your students are not on the module or lesson for a particular grade, please feel free to use this as an opportunity to review the content they've already learned or to start getting familiar with content that hasn't been covered in the classroom.
We will do our best to inform you of the next day's lessons prior to their release. Due to the urgency of these releases, this may not always be possible, so please continue to check greatminds.org for the most up-to-date information.
Because Eureka Math® is an open education resource, all student materials can be accessed for each video lesson.
For Wit & Wisdom® and PhD Science™, we suggest that your students create their own folder using loose leaf paper or to designate a notebook for each subject. Students should watch the video lessons and take notes, collect their thoughts and ideas, or make real-world connections with the topics they are learning.
Great Minds offers a suite of resources that families can use to support their students and can find on the applicable video lesson pages or at greatminds.org, in both English and Spanish when available.
All video lessons can be accessed by anyone, anytime, and on any device. A free Great Minds® account is not required.
Please feel free to link any of the videos or materials to the digital platform you use for instruction. You can also send parents directly to the greatminds.org website where they can access the videos and materials for their student's grade.
At this time, we do not offer video lessons in Spanish or other languages. Should this change, we will make sure to notify you. Please note that the majority of family support resources are available in Spanish to supplement these videos.