How to Use Shormann Math in a School
Please Note: This information is only for schools. If you have a co-op, please see Shormann Math for Co-Ops
There are several ways to use Shormann Interactive Math in a school.
The most effective, efficient way for the student to learn, is to use the eLearning course. Unlike a live teacher, the video lecture can be paused and fast-forwarded, allowing students to learn at their own pace. The interactive homework features help links to quickly re-learn forgotten concepts and the instant feedback keeps students engaged. The video solutions, which can't be accessed until the assignment is completed and the grade is recorded in the online grade book, makes correcting missed problems easier which is critical to developing long-term retention and fluency. Since the eLearning course provides the instruction and grading, the teacher's primary responsibility is to supervise and make sure students follow the course instructions. Even small private schools who do not have a trained math teacher can give their students an excellent, college preparatory math education.
Shormann Math can also be completed offline by using the eTextbook and eSolutions Manual.
Students watch the video lectures in the eLearning system, but use the eTextbook to complete homework on paper. Homework answers can either be entered into the system or the teacher can grade it using the Solutions Manuals. If preferred, the teacher can watch the video lectures then teach the lesson to the students. How to Use Shormann Math Offline
Any mixture of these two methods can also be used. For example, some teachers allow students to use the eLearning system but require students to solve all the homework questions for the lesson on paper. Then, after the teacher looks at their work, the student can enter their answers in the eLearning system. Some teach the lesson, then allow the students to complete homework in the eLearning system. Feel free to modify the course to fit your needs.
Site Licenses for Schools
* Minimum Purchase: 10 Student Licenses
Student License: $49 per student for a 12 month subscription to the eLearning course. The eLearning course contains all the components needed to complete the course including the printable eTextbook, eSolutions Manual, and eTeacher’s Guide, as well as the video lectures, homework, quizzes, exams, and online grade book. All course components are licensed for use by one student for 12 months.
Teacher License: $49 per Teacher for a 12 Month Subscription
A Teacher License allows the teacher to login to the eLearning course, view the grade book with all of their students, change grades, and reset assignments. It also provides access to the complete eLearning course. To purchase a Teacher subscription, you must purchase a minimum of 10 student licenses. The list of student names and emails can be submitted at a later date. Please allow up to two weeks for the class to be setup.
How to Purchase Site Licenses
Send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send an invoice with payment link. After paying, please send an email to let us know you paid. If a Teacher Subscription is purchased, allow up to two weeks to set up the class)
- School Contact Info
- Course Title(s)
- # of Student Licenses
- # of Teacher Licenses
- Teacher(s) Name and Email
- Student Names and Email Addresses (if available)
Can I Purchase Only the Shormannn Math Books
The Shormann Math books can not be purchased separately. They are included in the eLearning course. For details, see Site Licenses above.
To access placement tests and information, see Placement for Shormann Math.
With detailed instructions and scope & sequence, the Teacher's Guide for each course is posted on our website here: Teacher Guides for Shormann Math
A sample course, that allows you to login to the eLearning system and complete the first four lessons of each course, is available here: Sample Shormann Math Courses
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