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Getting Started on Exemplars at Home

Are you working on Exemplars math tasks from home? 

This video tutorial is designed specifically for kids (and their parents) to help them get started with our problem-solving process. We hope you find it useful. 

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What Does A Strong Solution Look Like?

Upon completing an Exemplars task, what should a student’s final problem-solving solution look like? What should be included?

In this video, we will walk students (and their parents) through what they should be thinking about and what they should include to create strong math solutions.  

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Using Kami to Share Students' Solutions

In this video tutorial, students will learn how to use Kami, a PDF editing and annotating app created specifically for schools, to create a digital Exemplars task solution. They'll be able to record a video or voice memo, type their thoughts and draw representations. 

Kami can be used with Google Classroom, Schoology and Canvas. It can also be used independently of a Learning Management System (LMS).

During school shutdowns, teachers can request a free Kami account here to use through April. Students will then receive an invitation from their teacher to sign up.

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Getting Started With Exemplars in Kindergarten

Welcome to Exemplars! If you are reading this, you are likely at home hoping to help your child be successful with the math task they have been sent from school.  

What is an Exemplars task? As a parent, what are you supposed to do to help? This video tutorial was created for young learners and their parents. It provides helpful strategies that encourage students to engage and be successful in solving a task that may seem a little more complicated than what you are used to. 

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What Should A Strong Kindergarten Solution Look Like?

This tutorial provides young learners and their parents with a step-by-step explanation of what a strong solution looks like for an Exemplars math task.


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