Frequently Asked Questions

We currently support grades 6 through 12, including Calculus.

Teachers on the INTEGRAL tier have the ability to print assignments and assessments to PDF for accessibility and classroom use. Printable answer keys are accessible for each problem set. Additionally, teachers have the option of adding a QR code that links back to full online solutions.

Teachers on the INTEGRAL tier have the ability to assign and collect student notes. Images may be uploaded directly from a student’s computer or submitted from a phone using a QR code displayed on their screen.

Yes. Every teacher account has access to all grade levels.

Our premium licenses (PLUS/INTEGRAL) offer alignment to standards for all 50 US states, DC, and (forthcoming) Canada. Performance reports against standards are available with an INTEGRAL school or district license.

No. With a DeltaMath Teacher account, you can create unlimited assignments. With DeltaMath PLUS or INTEGRAL, you can also assign videos, create tests, select specific problem sub-types, and/or create your own problem.

Teachers can see every problem students have attempted or seen, including student answers. Timestamps detail when students were solving, their last actions, and the amount of time spent on each problem. Teachers can also view and export aggregate student completion grades. With DeltaMath PLUS or INTEGRAL, teachers can see when students started a timed test or assignment, how long students worked on that test or assignment, and also track if students watched help videos.

We offer integrations in our INTEGRAL tier, both for teacher accounts and for site licenses. INTEGRAL teacher accounts offer Canvas or Schoology integration, and INTEGRAL site licenses offer Canvas, Schoology, ClassLink, and Clever integrations.

Yes. Teachers can share tests and assignments via the Copy Assignments feature under the Tools menu. Admins using an INTEGRAL site license will also have the ability to push assessments for diagnostic purposes.

Contact your teacher. They should have the ability to see your email login and/or reset your password. If that doesn't work, they can reach out to us for next steps.

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