Grade 6-8 Math Curriculum FAQ

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The Canby School District adopted Pearson Envision Middle School Math Curriculum for the 2017-2018 school year. This page serves as support resource for Canby middle school teachers, staff, students, and parents.

If you have a question that isn't answered below, click here to submit it. Our teams will review submitted questions routinely and respond timely. If the question is a common one, we'll add it to this page.

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-The Teaching and Learning and Technology Teams

Teacher FAQ

What websites do I need to use to access the curriculum?

To view/manage the products you have assigned to your classes, log into the Classes and Products page, using this link:

https://sso.rumba.pearsoncmg.com/sso/login?service...

To directly access the Pearson Realize main program page which includes student assignments, the teacher textbook, and other fundamental teacher resources, use this link:

https://sso.rumba.pearsoncmg.com/sso/login?service...

Use your district email address (smitht@canby.k12.or.us) and district password at login.

We recommend bookmarking the above URLs.

How do I access the teacher’s edition of the textbook?

The teacher's edition of the textbook is available from the Pearson Realize main program page (Link):

1. Login with your district email address (smitht@canby.k12.or.us) and district password.

2. Click the Programs button.

3. Select the program you're using.

4. The teacher eText will appear in the table of contents.

How do I assign work to my students?

Login to the RealizeReader main program page (Link).

Determine the activity, lesson, key concept, etc. you'd like to assign from the Programs section. Click on the assign button located just under the item's title. Select a start date (when students will be able to access the assignment) and an end date. You can add a specific time as well if desired. Next, you can select which class(es) or individual student(s) you are assigning to. Click assign.


How do my students login to see assignments I’ve given them?

Students login through the website shortcut on their iPads, or from the Pearson Realize shortcut linked on all CSD school webpages (Link).


Students use their school-assigned email address (username@stu.canby.k12.or.us) and password to login. Once logged in, they will see any assignments that have been assigned to them in the
Classes category.

If my student doesn’t have internet access off campus, how do they access the textbook?

While at school, students can download sections of the textbook that can be accessed without an internet connection at a later time. Here's how they'll do it:

1. Open the Pearson eText app.

2. Do not login, instead press the "Pearson EasyBridgePlus&Auto" button.

3. If prompted to search for the school district, type "Canby" and select "Canby School District 086-INT". Press "Go".

4. Sign in with student email address and district password.

5. Select the student textbook.

6. Click the down arrow from the top menu.

7. Place a check next to the topic that needs to be accessed offline.

8. Select "Download Selected". Depending on the connection speed and topic, the download could take between 1-3 minutes. When the download completes, the downloaded topic's icon will change to an X within a red circle.

The entire topic from the textbook is now available from within the app while the iPad is not connected to the internet.

How can my student access assigned work if they don't have internet access at home?

While on campus, students without internet access at home can download teacher-assigned PDF materials such as Key Concepts and Additional Practices. These resources can be accessed in the Notability App when internet is not available. Here's how they'll do it:

1. While on campus, log into the Pearson Realize Website (Link).

2. Open the assignment (key concept, practice, etc.)

3. Click the download button (in a black bar at the top-right of the screen).

4. Click "More..." on the pop-up that appears.

5. Select "Copy to Notability".

6. Select "Create a new note" and "import".

The PDF is now saved within Notability. The student can write or type on the PDF and submit it via email, Google Classroom/Drive when internet access is reestablished.

How do I assign a re-take?

In order to assign a re-take, teachers can edit an existing assessment or assignment and give it a new name. Then, it will appear as a new assignment that can be assigned to students.

  1. Go to the assignment and select “customize.”
  2. Select “edit” and re-name the assessment or assignment.
  3. Click “save.”
  4. Add, delete, or re-arrange questions as desired.
  5. Click “done” when you are satisfied with your edits.
  6. The assessment or assignment will now appear in your list and can be assigned to students.

What apps do students/teachers need on their iPads?

To access the Pearson math curriculum, a shortcut to the Pearson Realize website and the Pearson eText app are needed.

The shortcut and eText app aredeployed to all 6th grade student iPads.

How do I make an assignment count for mastery?

Any assignment that has the option to customize can be assigned to count for mastery. If you want something to count for mastery, click on customize. In the box that shows the title, description, etc. there is the question, “Do you want this to count toward mastery?” If it says “no”, you can click edit and change it to “yes.” Then click “done.”


If I find errors in the text, how do I report them?

Go to https://pearsonnacommunity.force.com/support/s/con... and enter as much information as you have. You do NOT need an account number - just leave that box blank.

How do I setup a Pearson webinar if need some extra support?

Any time that you would like additional support or an opportunity to talk to a Pearson-trained representative about the product that you are using, go to https://mypearsontraining.com, search for your product (i.e. enVision math), then select Webinar Registration. No account number is necessary. You will need to make sure that you put in your request about a week ahead of time in order for Pearson to find the trainer, connect them with you, and get it scheduled.

Student/Parent FAQ

How does a student access math curriculum at school and at home?

To access assignments, students login through the website shortcut on their iPads, or from the Pearson Realize shortcut linked on all CSD school webpages (Link).

To access the online textbook, students login with the Pearson eText iPad app.

Students use their school-assigned email address (username@stu.canby.k12.or.us) and password to login. Once logged in, they will see any assignments that have been assigned to them in the Classes category.

How does a student download assigned work at school to complete if they don’t have an internet connection at home?

While on campus, students without internet access at home can download teacher-assigned PDF materials such as Key Concepts and Additional Practices. These resources can be accessed in the Notability App when internet is not available. Here's how:

1. While on campus, log into the Pearson Realize Website (Link).

2. Open the assignment (key concept, practice, etc.)

3. Click the download button (in a black bar at the top-right of the screen).

4. Click "More..." on the pop-up that appears.

5. Select "Copy to Notability".

6. Select "Create a new note" and "import".

The PDF is now saved within Notability. The student can write or type on the PDF and submit it via email, Google Classroom/Drive when internet access is reestablished.

How does a student access the online textbook if they don't have internet access at home?

While at school, students can download sections of the textbook that can be accessed without an internet connection at a later time. Here's how they'll do it:

1. While on campus, open the Pearson eText app.

2. Do not login, instead press the "Pearson EasyBridgePlus&Auto" button.

3. If prompted to search for the school district, type "Canby" and select "Canby School District 086-INT". Press "Go".

4. Sign in with student email address and district password.

5. Select the student textbook.

6. Click the down arrow from the top menu.

7. Place a check next to the topic that needs to be accessed offline.

8. Select "Download Selected". Depending on the connection speed and topic, the download could take between 1-3 minutes. When the download completes, the downloaded topic's icon will change to an X within a red circle.

The entire topic from the textbook is now available from within the app while the iPad is not connected to the internet.

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