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…which are attached to each standard.
Once a student has taken a diagnostic, you can see their current progress, and the suggested [Arrow points to the current progress bar]
practice material here, in orange.
If you click “See more,” you can observe at a glance the areas they might need to brush
Students can click on the blue “Watch Video” button to see a video walkthrough that provides
help on a given skill…
…or they can click on the “Practice Now” button to be bombarded with practice
Students will have the option to be given hints in the practice problems.
However, they’ll need to get a certain number of questions correct all by their lonesome [Student going through the questions]
in order to achieve mastery…
…so it won’t help them to go too hint-crazy. [Student looks disappointed]
To master a concept, they’ll need to get three easy questions right in a row, then
three medium questions right in a row, and finally three hard questions right in a row. [Arrow points to the different question difficulties]
Any misstep, and they’ll be bounced back to the beginning of that difficulty level.
So that’s the program. [Teacher holding a smoking gun]
Now…how do you see and use all of the user data on the back end?
Well, let’s head on over to your Classroom.
You can either home in on the status of individual students, or see how your class [Teacher using the class page]
is doing on the whole.
Let’s start by clicking “Individual Students”…ah, there we go.
We can check out this student’s progress mastery and current progress
…filter to show their progress over certain time periods, or by standard…
…download a CSV…
…or see completed diagnostics.
You can see at a glance what grade level they’re
performing at on each concept, so you know where you’ll need to work to bring them
up to speed.
By checking out the class averages, you’ll get a bigger picture vision of where your [Website shows the all the class students progress]
class is struggling, so you can efficiently serve your entire student population.
Any questions, complaints, backhanded compliments?
Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org. [Targeting system aims at the blackboard and an explosion goes off]