Which teachers/classes are recommended for using QuantHub in K12?

Many classes can utilize the skills taught by QuantHub. Read about our recommended classes and sequences.

Welcome to QuantHub!  

QuantHub is a learning platform that can be used in as little as 10 minutes a day with the ability to adapt to students’ skill levels, remediating weaknesses and accelerating based on strengths. Lessons aim to support students’ achievement in Math, Science, Digital Literacy, and Computer Science.  

The successful integration of data and digital education requires a passionate and skilled educator, along with a strategic selection of classes that can maximize the impact of these initiatives. 

Here are some key qualities and experiences that make a teacher an ideal candidate for this role: 

  1. Digital Curiosity: Teacher possesses a profound curiosity of various digital tools, software, and data analysis techniques. Their curiosity extends to not only using technology effectively but also to integrating it seamlessly into their teaching practices. 
  2. Innovative Teaching Techniques: Teacher consistently demonstrates a commitment to implementing innovative teaching methods that engage students and facilitate deeper understanding. They have successfully incorporated multimedia resources, interactive exercises, and data-driven projects in their lessons.
  3. Adaptability and Collaboration: Teacher is highly adaptable and has demonstrated the ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, administrators, and students. Their open-mindedness and willingness to embrace new ideas are vital in the ever-evolving landscape of digital education. 

To complement the selection of the teacher, we recommend identifying classes that are conducive to data and digital education. Consider the following factors: 

  1. Student Interest and Aptitude: Observe classes where students show a keen interest in technology or demonstrate strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as these traits indicate potential for success in data and digital education.
  2. Teacher Willingness and Enthusiasm: Identify teachers who have expressed a willingness to learn and incorporate digital tools in their classrooms. An enthusiastic approach to embracing technology will enhance the effectiveness of data education initiatives.
  3. Resource Availability: Ensure that the selected classes have access to adequate technological resources, such as computers, software, and high-speed internet, to facilitate seamless integration of data and digital education.
  4. Collaboration Potential: Look for classes where teachers are open to collaborating with data and digital education specialists, fostering a cross-disciplinary approach that enriches the learning experience. 

Recommended Course Adoptions: 7th Grade Math, 8th Grade Math, Geometry with Data Analysis, Algebra I with Probability, Algebra II with Statistics, ACT Prep, CTE (Information Technology, Science, Engineer, Math, Business Management, Administration). 

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Kind regards,  
The QuantHub Team