Homework Help: Math
TVO Mathify (Grades 7-10)
TVO Mathify offers free 1:1 online math tutoring with Ontario Certified Teachers in a safe and secure online environment for students.
Mathify connects LDCSB students in grades 6-10 who are registered in Math courses with after-school math tutoring and interactive tools that can be used in the classroom to connect learning. The best part is that it’s free and accessible to all Ontario students enrolled in English language publicly funded schools.
All TVO tutors are Ontario certified math teachers and they are here to help support your learner through math concepts and problems, from the simple to the complex. Grade 6-10 Ontario students can register in a few simple steps. It’s easy to get started in a safe and secure online learning space that they can use in class, at home and anywhere in between.
- Connect your child with Ontario Certified Teachers for free 1:1 online math help
- Ontario certified math tutors from 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. ET, Sunday to Thursday
- Supports the Ontario math curriculum
- Safe & secure online learning space
- Voice and text chat options
- Compatible on all devices
Student registrations will occur in our schools. It is easiest if students access the Mathify site via the link in Learning Toolkit located on the homepage of the LDCSB Virtual Learning Environment (Brightspace by D2L). Teachers have been provided with instructions to assist with student registrations.
The site can be accessed directly at: https://www.tvomathify.com/students
If there are any questions regarding Mathify, please contact your child's teacher.
Mathletics is a targeted, rewarding and captivating online learning resource, which has been purchased by the School Board. It is aligned to Ontario curriculum standards and is available 24/7 for at-school and at-home use as a resource for review and practice of mathematics knowledge and skills. The extra Mathletics practice at home can make all the difference to your child’s progress. Encourage them to achieve a weekly target of 1000 points.
They simply sign into the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) with their Board e-mail and password using any compatible computer or mobile device (via the web browser). For help with VLE usernames and passwords, please contact your child’s classroom teacher.