Detailed performance reporting and analytics allow you to keep a finger on the pulse of your classroom. Assignment Reviewer gives you not only a big-picture overview of class performance on assignments, but also a more in-depth look at performance on a per-student and per-question basis. Key features of Assignment Reviewer: Identify most commonly missed questions on each assignment. Check only one … Continue reading Delve into class and student performance with Assignment Reviewer
**COMING SOON** Soon, you'll be able to view student grades on both lessons and WebTests, including question statistics, from one centralized location: Assignment Reviewer. When you open up Assignment Reviewer, you'll be able to sort assignments by lessons or WebTests. Each assignment is listed, along with scores. You can view question statistics to see how … Continue reading Upgraded Assignment Reviewer
According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), high school seniors in the United States haven't improved their reading skills, and their math skills have declined since 2013. Emma Brown reports, "Eighty-two percent of high school seniors graduated on time in 2014, but the 2015 test results suggest that just 37 percent of seniors are academically prepared for … Continue reading What did the NAEP discover about U.S. high school seniors?
This poem was written and performed by Olivia Fantini, a public school teacher. She addresses concerns about standardized testing, lack of support for underprivileged students, and her own background when trying to do her job as a teacher. Check out the Button Poetry video below, read the transcript here, and let us know your thoughts. … Continue reading Poem: “On Standardized Testing”