Funded by the Ontario government and administered by TVO, Homework Help is a FREE online math resources for Grades 7 - 10 Educators and Students in Ontario.
- Homework Help provides free, live one-on-one tutoring with Ontario certified teachers five days a week (Sunday to Thursday from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm ET).
- Tutors work with students on a shared screen until students understand their math question.
- Students' tutoring sessions are automatically recorded and stored in their Homework Help digital locker.
- Students can save other students' sessions by "tagging" the sessions while they are watching.
- Recorded and "tagged" sessions are available 24/7.
- Students can learn from other students by watching recordings of past tutor-student chats.
- Over 300 searchable videos that can be replayed anytime 24/7.
- These short videos are great to use as a model when introducing new concepts in class, or for working in groups to explore the "why" and "how" of solutions.
- Students can build their math skills or learn new concepts with these fun, animated tutorials.
- These tutorials cover a variety of topic, from decimal numbers to writing equations of lines.
- The Interactive Tutorials are great for whole class instruction, independent exploration, and/or centre learning.
- Listen & Learns take students step-by-step through a topic like a teacher would in class
- Students can watch the video, print the presentation notes and finish off with a quiz to self-assess their learning.
- Create an educator account. Go to www.tvo.org/homeworkhelp
a) Click "FREE REGISTRATION."
b) Scroll down and click "Go to Educator Registration."
c) Complete the form and provide a Board Certified email address.
- Watch a recorded tutoring session. Play from 3:00 to 0:00 (the video counts backwards).
- Explore the Student Resources:
- Join the Homework Help: A Great Classroom Resource on TeachOntario.
- Explore the group (Resources, FAQ, Request an Ambassador, Promotional materials, etc)
- Click on the Discussion button. Respond to the following question: How might you use Homework Help to support Student Learning in Mathematics?