The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District has been working with teachers to build online self-assessment tools that allow students to practice and test their abilities with aspects of the math curriculum. While available throughout the school year, these resources may be particularly helpful to students as final exam periods are approaching.
Resources are available for Math 7 and Math 8, as well as Math 1201 and Math 2201 and can be accessed below.
The District's Moodle website has practice resources including unit reviews, tests and videos. These are dynamic tools which students can use multiple times with different questions. Students require an online email account from their school and can request one through their math teacher.
You can visit the District's Moodle site at moodle.nlesd.ca
The District's Mathematics YouTube channel has similar online tools which students can use to further help them practice and understand topics being discussed in their classroom.
Visit the channel here.
A memo was recently sent home to parents/guardians about the availability of these resources by applicable schools. You can read a sample version of the memo here
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development also offers senior high course reviews and free online tutoring for intermediate and high school students for a variety of courses through CDLI. An account is required to view this material and can be created by visiting the site, should you not have one.
You can visit the CDLI site at www.cdli.ca.