New statistics questions available in Viewing Life Mathematically

The Viewing Life Mathematically software has 57 new questions available in Chapter 8: Statistics.With multiple iterations for each, these algorithmically generated questions provide 2,765 options for practice and assessment.  8.1: Collecting Data8.2: Displaying Data8.3: Describing and Analyzing Data Examples range in level of difficulty and mimic real-world data. Several allow students to create their own graphs, and many … Continue reading New statistics questions available in Viewing Life Mathematically

Additional Questions in Foundations of English Composition

New questions are available in the curriculum for Foundations of English. We've expanded the question bank so that you can assign more material related to reading skills and grammar & mechanics. Check out which questions are new below, then assign them using the Assignment Builder in your Hawkes Grade Book! Lesson Question Serial No. 2.1 … Continue reading Additional Questions in Foundations of English Composition

New questions are available in the curriculum for English Composition. We've expanded the question bank so that you can assign more material related to different parts of the essay, critical reading & writing skills, and more. Check out which questions are new below, then assign them using the Assignment Builder in your Hawkes Grade Book! … Continue reading Additional Questions in English Composition

New Viewing Life Mathematically Questions to Add to Your Curriculum

Before the fall term kicks off, we've added more than 80 new questions to the Viewing Life Mathematically question bank. To see the new questions, please log into your Grade Book, navigate to Assignments tab > Curriculum, and open Assignment Builder by choosing a hyperlinked lesson. These questions are labeled by case numbers so that they’re easy to identify. … Continue reading New Viewing Life Mathematically Questions to Add to Your Curriculum

Tuesday Tip: Add shared Question Builder questions to assignments

Do you have a colleague who has mastered Question Builder and created some fantastic questions you'd like to use? As long as they've chosen the option to share these questions, you can incorporate them into your assignments too! To input these questions into your own curriculum, follow these quick steps: 1. Log into your Grade … Continue reading Tuesday Tip: Add shared Question Builder questions to assignments

Shake things up in your next English class

Engaging students in your English class can get tricky, especially if reading and writing intimidate or overwhelm them. Some students may think they're just not good writers, and they feel there's little they can do to improve. Others may assume that they don't need the skills they learn in English because their field of study … Continue reading Shake things up in your next English class