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Try Benchmark Tests with ASSISTments

Benchmark tests allow teachers to see what students have learned at the end of turning point of a unit.

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Helping Teachers Make the Best Use of Limited Time

Ask any teacher and they will tell you that time is their hottest commodity.

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Homework Research

Study Results: Learning increases for students on one nights textbook homework

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Our Research: Reassesing and Relearning

This study examined the role of reassment and relearning in the ASSISTments system.

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Tips from Teachers - Josh and Katie

Tips from experienced ASSISTments educators.

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Training Your Students

Help students to inform their own learning through the use of ASSISTments

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Using Common Wrong Answers for Homework Review

Create a data driven homework review.

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ASSISTments Gets Top Marks in Federal Review

The What Works Clearinghouse approves a study on ASSISTments for homework

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A Gift Born From Peril

The Boston Globe profiles ASSISTments founder Neil Heffernan, who tells the story of his experience as a middle school math teacher and how a brain tumor inspired him to start ASSISTments.

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Online Mathematics Homework Program Developed at Worcester Polytechnic Institute to be the Subject of More Than $7 Million in Rigorous Research Studies

Two grants from the Institute for Educational Sciences (IES) totaling over $7 million have been awarded to education researchers studying the impact of ASSISTments. Large and rigorous randomized controlled trials of online education tools for K-12 education are difficult to conduct and analyze. These grants will build upon a prior ASSISTments trial conducted by SRI Education, which was important in that it provided hard, comparative evidence of the impact of education technology.

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