The Durham District School Board in partnership with the Ministry of Education and the Independent Learning Centre is pleased to bring the Homework Help program to students and their parents.
All eligible Durham DSB Grade 7-10 Math students can register for individual account access to the Independent Learning Centre’s online math tutoring at http://Homeworkhelp.ilc.org.
You will need to provide your student’s:
- Ontario Education Number (OEN) OEN numbers can be obtained from any student report card, student time table or directly from your child's school.
Grade 7 students have obtained registration information at their schools and are in the process of registering for an account with their math teachers. Grades 8-10 student accounts are still active from last year. Registration can also be done at home if your child has not obtained an account.
Click here to view the homework help registration tutorial.
Key features of the website include:
- Ask a Teacher interactive rooms with Ontario Certified Teachers
- Listen and Learn Lessons
- Interactive Tutorials
Ontario certified math teachers provide one-on-one, confidential tutoring support to students from Sunday through Thursday, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. There are interactive discussion rooms for each grade where students can view a current lesson, watch tutors draw on a whiteboard and then type their own questions for clarification. Many rooms now provide one-way audio capabilities, enabling tutors to speak to students while guiding them through solutions.
For further information please contact Craig Spencer,
DDSB e-Learning Facilitator at: c
can find further information on the DDSB portal. (Please note teachers will need to log into the portal to access this information)