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Have you ever looked at your child's homework and wondered "what is this"? You want to help but you have no idea where to begin. Well there is a service that can help you provide homework help to your child. It is called, Dial-A-Teacher and it is part of New York City's public libraries website homeworknyc.org
HomeworkNYC.org provides homework help in any subject of the school's curriculum. Get one-on-one help online or by phone from a New York City school teacher.
Dial-A-Teacher Whiteboard is available Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (when school is in session)
- A student logs on to the free, online Dial-A Teacher service by providing some basic background information. They are then connected with a certified NYC teacher
- The student can type his/her question, or use a mouse to draw a math problem, even upload a homework sheet or paper for the teacher to go over
- The teacher instantly sees the assignment/question and provides the student with help
* You can also call Dial-A-Teacher (212) 777-3380 Monday-Thursday 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (when school is in session) *
- Offers homework help in different languages
- Provides scientific calculators (that don’t just give the answers but show the steps to getting the answer)
- Provides 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Math textbooks online
- Students can also save the information of their favorite databases, on this website
Attached is a handout for Dial-A-Teacher.