Available Resources

From your first log-in to your fifth year of teaching with MyMathLab, there are many ways to deepen your knowledge about using MyMathLab for School. Explore our full range of options below.

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How-to Videos

We offer a full range of how-to videos to help orient you to MyMathLab’s many features and capabilities.

How-to Tip Sheets

We’ve assembled a library of downloadable and printable tip sheets to walk you through some best practices and deepen your MyMathLab knowledge and expertise.

Step-by-Step Tutorials
Whether you are just beginning or an advanced user, we have 26 different tutorials to help you create and teach a great course. These step-by-step tutorials guide you through MyMathLab with detailed instructions, video examples, and interactive practice for beginning, intermediate, and advanced users.
Interactive User Guides

We offer detailed user guides that are specially formatted for online viewing or printing:

Embedded Help System

Once you have registered and signed in to MyMathLab, be sure to look for the help resources available within the product:

Teachers & Students: Look for the ? symbol in the upper right corner of nearly every page for detailed information about the menus and options on the page you are currently viewing.

Teachers: Look for the Help link in the green navigation bar at the top of your screen in order to access special teacher resources.

Peer-to-Peer Assistance

Communicate with high school teachers around the country who have experience teaching with MyMathLab for School. Our teacher advocates are available to advise and share their strategies for incorporating MyMathLab into a course curriculum.

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Self Study and Training Certification

Designed to teach you how to successfully use MyMathLab to its maximum effectiveness, these courses allow you to work hands-on through various aspects of the program and then assess your knowledge at the end.

MTTC 102 MyMathLab – Beginning This course is designed to give you an overview of MyMathLab from a student's perspective, as well as instruction in setting up your first MyMathLab course. In addition, you will learn about the main components of the MyMathLab management system, along with basic customization techniques.  PREREQUISITE: Familiarity with Windows or Mac operating system, and internet browser. No prior knowledge or experience with MyMathLab required.

MTTC 202 MyMathLab – Intermediate  This course will focus on teaching strategies using MyMathLab. In particular, you will learn how to use and customize homework assignments, tests, and the gradebook, and manage multiple sections of a course.  PREREQUISITE: MTTC 101 or MTTC 102 or equivalent.

MTTC 302 MyMathLab – Advanced  This course will focus on further customization in MyMathLab. In particular, you will learn how to customize the learning environment, add customized content, utilize communication tools, and efficiently manage your course.  PREREQUISITES: MTTC 202 or equivalent. One or more terms of teaching experience with MyMathLab is preferred.

MTTC 204 Custom Question Builder – Introduction This course will introduce participants to the Custom Question Builder (CQB). This innovative tool is available in MyMathLab, and it allows you to create your own custom exercises for use in homework assignments, quizzes, or tests. You will also have the ability to copy and edit publisher questions from other textbooks. PREREQUISITE: MTTC 200 or MTTC 201 or MTTC 202 or equivalent. One or more terms of experience teaching with MyMathLab is preferred.

MTTC 304 Custom Question Builder – Advanced This course will show you more tools to use to create custom exercises in the Custom Question Builder (CQB), such as adding number lines, graphs, pie charts, bar charts, and graphics. In addition, you will learn how to write more complex algorithms to use in your custom exercise. PREREQUISITE: MTTC 204 or equivalent.

If you are interested in pursuing self-study or training certification for any of these courses, please fill out this form.

Attend Webex Sessions

Free 60-minute online meetings

You and other colleagues at your school can schedule a free 60-minute WebEx training session in which you’ll be able to ask questions and view the trainer’s computer screen as the answers are explained.

You’ll need a computer with a broadband Internet connection (T1, cable, DSL) and a phone to call into the toll-free conference line. WebEx sessions are limited to 10 attendees to optimize the workshop experience.

To schedule a free session with a training consultant, please email sandee@pearsonedtraining.com.

Arrange In-person Workshops

Inservice training

We can arrange special training sessions customized to meet your school’s specific needs and address issues related to various course delivery methods, including traditional, hybrid, self-paced, lab-based, and distance learning models.

Talk to your account representative or contact us to discuss your unique individual or group training requests: mymathlabforschool@pearson.com.